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Agriculture, agricultural science, forestry, forest science

Adeyemo, Prof. Dr. Remi

Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria
Field of research: Agriculture, agricultural science
Host: Prof. Dr. Michael Kirk Philipps-Universität Marburg
  • Remi Adeyemo: Urban Agriculture, Cities and Climate Change. Göttingen: Cuvillier Verlag, 2011, 319 pp.

Adiku, Prof. Dr. Samuel G.K.

University of Ghana, Ghana
Field of research: Agriculture, agricultural science
Host: Dr. Gerrit de Rooij Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung - UFZ
  • Tenhunen, J, Geyer R., Adiku S., Reichstein M., Tappeiner, U., Bahn M., Cernusca A., Dinh N.Q., Kolcum O., Otieno D., Schmidt M., Schmitt M., Wang Q., Wartinger M., and Wohlfart G. : Influences of changing land use and CO2 concentration on ecosystem and landscape level carbon and water balances in mountainous terrain of Stubai Valley, Austria. Global and Planetary Change 67:29-43 . In: . Global and Planetary Change . 67, 2009, p. 29 - 43.

  • Häring, V., Manka’abusi, D., Akoto-Danso, E.K., Werner, S., Atiah, K., Steiner, C., Lompo, D.J.P., Adiku, S., Buerkert, A., and Marschner, B. : Effects of biochar, waste Water irrigation and fertilization on soil properties in West African urban agriculture. . In: Scientific Reports. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-10718-y . 2017.

Agbede, Prof. Dr. Johnson Oluwasola

Federal University of Technology, Nigeria
Field of research: Animal production
Host: Prof. Dr. Markus Rodehutscord Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg
  • Johnson Oluwasola Agbede, E. K. Asaniyan: Potentials of Sand As Litter Material instead of Wood Shavings in Broiler Enterprise. In: Building a Non-Oil Export Based Economy for Nigeria: The Potential of Value-Added Products from Agricultural Residues. (Ed. Simeon O. Jekayinfa) Göttingen: Cuvillier, 2012, p. 229 - 240.

Ajayi, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ayodele E.

Federal University of Technology, Nigeria
Field of research: Soil science
Host: Prof. Dr. Rainer Horn Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
  • Dr.-Ing. Ayodele E. Ajayi; Rainer Horn: Transformation of ex-arable land to permanent grassland promotes pore rigidity and mechanical soil resilience. In: Ecological Engineering. 92, 2016, p. 592 - 598 [Permanent grassland Hydraulic properties Shear parameters Soil strength Pore function].

  • Dr.-Ing. Ayodele E. Ajayi, Rainer Horn: Modification of chemical and hydrophysical properties of two texturally differentiated soils due to varying magnitudes of added biochar. In: Soil and Tillage Research. 164, 2016, p. 34 - 44 [Biochar Pore size distribution Hydraulic functions Rheology Hydrophobicity].

  • Dr.-Ing. Ayodele E. Ajayi, Dorthe Holthusen, Rainer Horn: Changes in microstructural behaviour and hydraulic functions of biochar amended soils. In: Soil and Tillage Research. 155, 2016, p. 166 - 175 [Biochar Wetting and drying Hydraulic functions Rheology Hydrophobicity].

  • Ajayi, A. E. and Horn, R.,: Biochar-induced changes in soil resilience: Effects of soil texture and biochar dosage. . In: Pedosphere, . 27(2), 2017, p. 236 - 247 [Biochar, soil resilience].

Aljoumani, Dr. Basem


Field of research: Soil science
Host: Prof. Dr. Reinhard Hinkelmann Technische Universität Berlin
  • BASEM ALJOUMANI, JOSEP A. SÀNCHEZ-ESPIGARES, NURIA CAÑAMERAS, RAMON JOSA: An advanced process for evaluating a linear dielectric constant–bulk electrical conductivity model using a capacitance sensor in field conditions. In: Hydrological Sciences Journal. 60(10), 2015, p. 1828 - 1839 [capacitance sensor; soil dielectric; time-varying dynamic linear modelling (DLM); Kalman filtering; offset; pore water electrical conductivity].

  • Basem Aljoumani, Jose A. Sànchez-Espigares, Nuria Ca˜nameras, Ramon Josa, Joaquim Monserrat: Time series outlier and intervention analysis: Irrigation management influences on soil water content in silty loam soil. In: Agricultural Water Management. 111, 2012, p. 105 - 114 [Soil volumetric water content Autoregressive integrated moving average (ARIMA) Outlier detection Transfer function model].

  • BASEM ALJOUMANI JOSEP A. SÀNCHEZ-ESPIGARES2, NURIA CAÑAMERAS, GERD WESSOLEK, RAMON JOSA: TRANSFER FUNCTION AND TIME SERIES OUTLIER ANALYSIS: MODELLING SOILSALINITY IN LOAMY SAND SOIL BY INCLUDING THE INFLUENCES OF IRRIGATIONMANAGEMENT AND SOIL TEMPERATURE†. In: RRIGATION AND DRAINAGE. 67(2), 2018, p. 282 - 294 [capacitance device; pore water electrical conductivity; autoregressive integrated moving average (ARIMA) model; outlier detection; transferfunction model].

Audu, Dr. Idi Guga

Federal Ministry of Science and Technology, Nigeria
Field of research: Wood engineering, wood technology
Host: Prof. Dr. Marie-Pierre Laborie Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
  • Idi Guga Audu, Nicolas Brosse, Heiko Winter, Anton Hoffmann, Martina Bremer, Steffen Fischer and Marie-Pierre Laborie: Acetyl Groups in Typha capensis: Fate of Acetates during Organosolv and Ionosolv Pulping. In: Polymers. 10, 619, 2018, p. 1 - 15 [Typha capensis; native acetate; lignin; MWL; ionic liquid lignin; ethanol organosolv lignin].

  • Idi Guga Audu, Isabelle Ziegler-Devin, Heiko Winter, Martina Bremer, Anton Hoffmann, Steffen Fischer, Marie-Pierre Laborie, Nicolas Brosse: Impact of Ionic Liquid 1-Ethyl-3-Methylimidazolium Acetate Mediated Extraction on Lignin Features. In: Green and Sustainable Chemistry. 7, 2017, p. 114 - 140 [1-Ethyl-3-Methylimidazolium Acetate, Ionic Liquid Lignin, Ethanol Organosolv Lignin, Lignin Depolymerization, Milled Wood Lignin].

Blagodatsky, Dr. habil. Sergey A.

Universität Hohenheim, Germany
Field of research: Soil science
Host: Prof. Dr. Yakov Kuzyakov Universität Bayreuth
  • Evgenia Blagodatskaya, Tatyana Yuyukina, Sergey Blagodatsky, Yakov Kuzyakov: Turnover of soil organic matter and of microbial biomass under C-3-C-4 vegetation change: Consideration of C-13 fractionation and preferential substrate utilization. In: Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 43, 2011, p. 159 - 166 [C-13 fractionation; Preferential substrate utilization; Soil organic matter; Dissolved organic matter; Microbial biomass turnover; CO2 partitioning ].

  • Evgenia Blagodatskaya, Sergey Blagodatsky, Maxim Dorodnikov, Yakov Kuzyakov: Elevated atmospheric CO2 increases microbial growth rates in soil: results of three CO2 enrichment experiments. In: GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY. 16, 2010, p. 836 - 848 [Beta vulgaris; Biosphere 2; Brassica napus; elevated CO2; FACE; glucose; microbial biomass; microbial growth rates; Populus deltoides; r and K strategy; rhizodeposition; rhizosphere microorganisms; substrate-induced respiration; Triticum aestivum ].

  • Sergey A. Blagodatsky, Evgenia Blagodatskaya, Tatyana Yuyukina, Yakov Kuzyakov: Model of apparent and real priming effects: Linking microbial activity with soil organic matter decomposition. In: Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 42, 2010, p. 1275 - 1283 [Modeling of decomposition; Carbon turnover; Microbial biomass activity; Apparent and real priming effects; Soil organic matter turnover; C-14 ].

Chen, Prof. Dr. Shaoliang

Beijing Forestry University, People's Republic of China
Field of research: Plant nutrition, plant physiology
Host: Prof. Dr. Andrea Polle Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
  • Shaoliang Chen, Andrea Olbrich, Rosemarie Langenfeld-Heyser, Eberhard Fritz, Andrea Polle : Quantitative X-ray microanalysis of hydrogen peroxide within plant cells. In: Microscopy Research and Technique. 72, 2009, p. 49 - 60 [cerium chloride; cerium phosphate; cerium perhydroxides; transmission electron microscope; X-ray microanalysis].

  • Shaoliang Chen, Andrea Polle: Salinity tolerance of Populus. In: Plant Biology. 12, 2010, p. 317 - 333 [Gene transformation; ion relations; NaCl; osmoregulation; potassium transporter and channel; ROS homeostasis; salt stress signalling; sodium proton antiporter.].

  • Jing Li, Siqin Bao, Yuhong Zhang, Xujun Ma, Manika Mishra-Knyrim, Jian Sun, Gang Sa, Xin Shen, Andrea Polle, Shaoliang Chen: Paxillus involutus Strains MAJ and NAU Mediate K+/Na+ Homeostasis in Ectomycorrhizal Populus x canescens under Sodium Chloride Stress. In: Plant Physiology. 159, 2012, p. 1771 - 1786 [Tree stress physiology].

Delele, Dr. Mulugeta A.

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Field of research: Agricultural engineering
Host: Prof. Dr. Reiner Brunsch Leibniz-Institut für Agrartechnik und Bioökonomie e. V. (ATB)
  • MA Delele, F Weigler, J Mellmann: Advances in the Application of Rotary Dryer for Drying of Agricultural Products: A Review. In: Drying Technology. 33 (5), 2015, p. 541 - 555 [Agricultural products, Drying, Postharvest, Rotary dryer].

  • MA Delele, F Weigler, G Franke, J Mellmann: Studying the solids and fluid flow behavior in rotary drums based on a multiphase CFD model. In: Powder Technology. 292, 2016, p. 260 - 271 [Rotary drum; Multiphase flow model; CFD; Particle flow; Air flow].

Dörner, Prof. Dr. Jose

Universidad Austral de Chile, Chile
Field of research: Soil science
Host: Prof. Dr. Rainer Horn Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
  • Pía Haller, Dorota Dec, Felipe Zúñiga, Oscar Thiers, Jorge Ivelic-Sáez, Rainer Horn, José Dörner.: Effect of hydraulic and mechanical stresses on the functional resistance and resilience of the porous system of a Ñadi (Aquands) under different land uses. In: Agro Sur. 43 (2), 2015, p. 41 - 52 [Soil Physics, Soil Resistance, Soil Resilience, Pore Functions ].

  • Jose Dörner, Dorota Dec, Oscar Thiers, Leandro Paulino, Felipe Zúñiga, Susana Valle, Oscar Martínez, Rainer Horn : Spatial and temporal variability of physical properties of Aquands under different land uses in southern Chile. In: Soil Use and Managemetn. 32, 2016, p. 411 - 421 [Andisol, Ñadi, soil depth, pore functions, soil management, waterlogging].

  • Steffen Beck-Broichsitter, Heiner Fleige, Marc-Oliver Göbel, José Dörner, Jörg Bachmann, Rainer Horn : Shrinkage potential and pore shrinkage capacity of differently developed volcanic ash soils under pastures in southern Chile. In: Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science. 179, 2016, p. 799 - 808 [southern Chile, Andosol, Arenosol, soil water retention, shrinkage potential, pore shrinkage capacity].

  • Heiner Fleige, Steffen Beck-Broichsitter, José Dörner, Marc-Oliver Goebel, Jörg Bachmann, Rainer Horn : Land use and soil development in southern Chile: Effects on physical properties. In: Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition. 16, 2016, p. 818 - 831 [Andosol, Arenosol, hydraulic conductivity, precompression, stress, stress strain behavior].

  • Dorota Dec, Felipe Zúñiga, Oscar Thiers, Leandro Paulino, Susana Valle, Valeria Villagra, Ivo Tadich, Rainer Horn, José Dörner : Water and temperature dynamics of Aquands under different uses in southern Chile. In: Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition. 17, 2017, p. 141 - 154 [Andisol, Ñadi, vadose zone, soil use change, water repellency, thermal properties].

  • José Dörner, Rainer Horn, Dorota Dec, Ole Wendroth, Heiner Fleige, Felipe Zúñiga : Land use dependent change of soil mechanical strength and resilience of a shallow volcanic ash soil in southern Chile. In: Soil Science Society of America Journal. 81, 2017, p. 1065 - 1073 [Ñadi Soil, Physical Resilience, Spatial Variability, Pore Functions].

  • Iván Ordóñez, Ignacio López, Peter Kemp, Constanza Descalzi, Rainer Horn, Felipe Zúñiga, Dorota Dec, José Dörner : Effect of pasture improvement managements on physical properties and water content dynamics of a volcanic ash soil in southern Chile. In: Soil and Tillage Research. 178, 2018, p. 55 - 64 [Andisol, Pasture management, Soil physical quality, Degraded grasslands].

Enin, Prof. Dr. Udeme Isong

University of Calabar, Nigeria
Field of research: Fisheries science, fisheries studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Joachim Gröger Johann Heinrich von Thünen-Institut Bundesforschungsinstitut für Ländliche Räume, Wald und Fischerei
  • Eyo Ambrose, Udeme Isong Enin, Peter Lebo: A trouser bag experiment that quantify by-catch species escaping from a modified shrimp beam trawl codend with excluder device. In: Journal of Aquatic Sciences. 24 (1) , 2009, p. 40 - 45 [Trouser bag, By-catch, Codend, Excluder device].

Gafur, Prof. Dr. Abdul

RGE Fiber R&D, Indonesia
Field of research: Forest botany
Host: Prof. Dr. Andrea Polle Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
  • Budi Tjahjono, Abdul Gafur, Marthin Tarigan, Aswardi Nasution, Gurdeep Dhan Golani: Biological control of insect pests in acacia and eucalypt plantations in Indonesia. In: Int. Forest. Rev.. 12, 2010, p. 230 - 230 [biological control, forest, pest].

  • Martin P. A. Coetzee Brenda D. Wingfield Gurdeep Dhan Golani Budi Tjahjono Abdul Gafur Michael J. Wingfield: A single dominant Ganoderma species is responsible for root rot of Acacia mangium and Eucalyptus in Sumatra. In: Southern Forests. 73, 2011, p. 175 - 180 [Acacia mangium, Eucalyptus, Ganoderma philippii, Ganoderma root rot, Indonesia].

  • K. Izumitsu, K. Hatoh, T. Sumita, Y. Kitade, A. Morita, Abdul Gafur, A. Ohta, M. Kawai, T. Yamanaka, C. Tanaka: Rapid and simple preparation of mushroom DNA directly from colonies and fruiting bodies for PCR. In: Mycoscience. 53, 2012, p. 396 - 401 [Basidiomycetes, Colony PCR, Direct PCR, Fungi, ITS spacer region].

  • Yuvika, A. Nasution, Abdul Gafur: Actinomycetes isolation and in vitro screening for Xanthomonas biocontrol. In: Jurnal Fitopatologi Indonesia. 9, 2013, p. 124 - 129 [Acacia crassicarpa, antibiotic, biocontrol agent, leaf blight].

  • V. Yuskianti, M. Glen, D. Puspitasari, A. Francis, A. Rimbawanto, Abdul Gafur, H. Indrayadi, C. L. Mohammed: Species-specific PCR for rapid identification of Ganoderma philippii and Ganoderma mastoporum from Acacia mangium and Eucalyptus pellita plantations in Indonesia. In: Forest Pathology. 44, 2014, p. 477 - 485.

  • A. Francis, C. Beadle, D. Puspitasari, R. S. B. Irianto, A. Rimbawanto, Abdul Gafur, E. Hardyanto, Junarto, B. Tjahjono, Mardai, C. L. Mohammed: Disease progression in plantations of Acacia mangium affected by red root rot (Ganoderma philippii). In: Forest Pathology. 44, 2014, p. 447 - 459.

  • M. Glen, V. Yuskianti, D. Puspitasari, A. Francis, L. Agustini, A. Rimbawanto, H. Indrayadi, Abdul Gafur, C. L. Mohammed: Identification of basidiomycete fungi in Indonesian hardwood plantations by DNA bar-coding. In: Forest Pathology. 44, 2014, p. 496 - 508.

  • Abdul Gafur: Methods in Soil Fungal Diversity Research for Sustainable Plantation Forest Production. In: Knowledge Creates Development: The Role of Humboldt-Alumni in South Ea st Asia. (Ed. H. Scheer, B. Pradhan, T.H.P. Brotosudarmo, L. Limantara) Malang: Ma Chung Press, 2012, p. 79 - 90 [Biodiversity, methods, plant-fungal interaction, plantation forest, production sustainability, soil fungi].

  • A. Rimbawanto, B. Tjahjono, Abdul Gafur: Panduan Hama dan Penyakit Akasia dan Ekaliptus. Yogyakarta: Balai Besar Penelitian Bioteknologi dan Pemuliaan Tanaman Hutan, 2014, 48 pp.

  • Abdul Gafur, Aswardi Nasution, Muhammad Yuliarto, Ching Yong Wong, Mukesh Sharma: A new screening method for Ganoderma philippii tolerance in tropical Acacia species. In: Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science. 77, 2015, p. 75 - 81 [Acacia mangium, disease management, plantation forestry, red root rot].

  • Alistair R. McTaggart, Jolanda Roux, Abdul Gafur, Marthin Tarrigan, P. Santhakumar, Michael J. Wingfield: Rust (Puccinia psidii) recorded in Indonesia poses a threat to forests and forestry in Southeast Asia. In: Australasian Plant Pathol.. 45, 2016, p. 83 - 89 [disease report, Melaleuca, Myrtaceae, plant disease, plant pathogen, Pucciniales, quarantine, Sphaerophragmiaceae, Uredinales].

  • Marcus Hardie, Nawari Akhmad, Caroline Mohammed, Daniel Mendham, Ross Corkrey, Abdul Gafur, Sabar Siregar: Role of site in the mortality and production of Acacia mangium plantations in Indonesia. In: Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science. 78, 2017, p. 1 - 14 [Ceratocystis wilt, Ganoderma, plantation forest, soil type, topography].

Glele Kakai, Prof. Dr. Romain Lucas

Universite d'Abomey-Calavi, Benin
Field of research: Forest surveying, forest biometry
Host: Prof. Dr. Dieter R. Pelz Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
  • Jean Didier Akpona, Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Hugues Akpona, Brice Sinsin: Ethnobotanique, structure et statut écologique des espèces de brosse végétale dans les formations naturelles de la région Sud du Bénin. In: Bulletin de la recherche agricole du Bénin. 63, 2009, p. : 1 - 12 [Brosse végétale, Peuplements naturels, Ecologie, Ethnobotanique, Bénin].

  • Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Achille Assogbadjo, Brice Sinsin: Structure spatiale et régéneration naturelle de Pterocarpus erinaceus Poir de la zone soudanienne au Bénin. In: Revue ivoirienne des sciences et technologies. 13, 2009, p. :199 - 212 [Distribution spatiale , régénération naturelle , Pterocarpus erinaceus , forêt de l’Ouémé Supérieur].

  • Tina Kyndt, Achille E. Assogbadjo , Olivier J. Hardy , Romain Glele Kakaï, Brice Sinsin, Patrick Van Damme, Godelieve Gheysen: Spatial genetic structuring of baobab (Adansonia digitata L., Malvaceae) in the traditional agroforestry systems of West Africa. In: American Journal of Botany. 96(5), 2009, p. 950 - 957 [Adansonia digitata ; agroforestry systems; Malvaceae; genetic structure; spatial autocorrelation; West Africa].

  • John Rodenburg, Kazuki, Saito, Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Amadou Touré : Weed competitiveness of the lowland rice varieties of NERICA in a Guinea Savanna environment. In: Field Crop Research. 114, 2009, p. 411 - 418 [Oryza sativa, Oryza glaberrima, Weed competition, Yield loss, Weed suppressive ability (WSA), West Africa].

  • Mariatou Sounon, Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Julien Avakoudjo, Brice Sinsin: Tests de germination et de croissance de Artemisia annua L. anamed sur différents substrats au Bénin. In: International journal of biological and chemical sciences. 3(2), 2009, p. 337 - 346 [Artemisia annua L. anamed, technique de reproduction, germoir, substrat, plantation].

  • Wilfried Bonou, Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Achille E. Assogbadjo, Noel H. Fonton, Brice Sinsin: Habitat Characterization of Afzelia africana Sm. In the Lama forest reserve (Bénin). In: Forest ecology and management. 258, 2009, p. 1084 - 1092 [Afzelia africana Sm., Habitat characteristics, Population structure, Lama forest reserve, Benin].

  • Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Brice Sinsin: Structural description of two Isoberlinia dominated communities in the Wari-Maro forest reserve (Benin). In: South African Journal of Botany. 75(1), 2009, p. 43 - 51 [Dominance, Isoberlinia spp., Structure, Vegetation type, Wari–Maro].

  • Achille E. Assogbadjo, Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Brice Sinsin, Dieter Pelz: Structure of Anogeissus leiocarpa Guill., Perr. Natural stands in relation to anthropogenic pressure within Wari-Maro Forest Reserve in Benin. In: African journal of ecology. 48, 2009, p. 644 - 653 [Anogeissus leiocarpa, deforestation, structure, vegetation communities, Wari-Maro].

  • Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Rudy Palm: Empirical comparison of error rate estimators in logistic discriminant analysis. In: Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation. 79(2), 2009, p. 111 - 120 [Simulation, Actual-error rate, Logistic rule, Estimators, Comparison].

  • Madjidou Oumorou, Théophile Sinandouwirou, Martial Kiki, Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Guy Mensah, Brice Sinsin: Disturbance and population structure of Vitex doniana Sw. in northern Benin, West Africa. In: International journal of biological and chemical sciences. 4(3), 2010, p. 624 - 632 [Structure, regeneration, black plum, conservation, Banikoara, Benin].

  • Marie Noelle Ndjiondjopa, Baboucarr Manneh, Mamadou Cissoko, Nani Khady Dramea, Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Roland Boccoa, Hugues Baimeya, Marco Wopereis: Drought resistance in an interspecific backcross population of rice (Oryza spp.) derived from the cross WAB56-104 (O. sativa) × CG14 (O. glaberrima). In: Plant Sciences. 179, 2010, p. 364 - 373 [Selection, Drought resistance, Inbred line, AfricaRice, Irrigation, Upland rice].

  • Belarmain Fandohan, Achille Ephrem Assogbadjo, Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Brice Sinsin, Patrick Van Damme: Impact of habitat type on the conservation status of tamarind (Tamarindus indica L.) populations in the W National Park of Benin. In: Fruits. 65(1), 2010, p. 11 - 19 [Benin, Tamarindus indica, resource conservation, habitats, stand characteristics, forest inventories, anthropic influence].

  • Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Dieter Pelz, Rudy Palm: On the efficiency of the linear classification rule in multi-group discriminant analysis. In: African Journal of Mathematics and Computer Science Research. 3(1), 2010, p. 19 - 25 [Error rate, data samples, linear rule, multi-group, simulation].

  • Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Dieter Pelz: Asymptotic error rate of linear, quadratic and logistic rules in multi-group discriminant analysis. In: International journal of applied mathematics and statistics. 18(10), 2010, p. 69 - 81 [Monte Carlo experiment, Multi-group discrimination, Asymptotic error rate].

  • Belarmain Fandohan, Achille E. Assogbadjo, Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Tina Kyndt, De Calwe Emmy, Jean T. Codjia, Brice Sinsin : Women’s Traditional Knowledge, Use Value and the Contribution of Tamarind (Tamarindus indica L.) to Rural Households’ Cash Income in Benin. In: Economic botany. 64(3), 2010, p. 248 - 259 [Tamarind, underutilized crops, ethnobotany, cash income].

  • Belarmain Fandohan, Achille Assogbadjo,Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Brice Sinsin B : Variation in seed morphometric traits, germination and early seedling growth performances of Tamarindus indica L. In: International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences. 4(4), 2010, p. 1102 - 1109 [Seed emergence, seedling growth, early growth speed, Benin].

  • Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Dieter Pelz, Rudy Palm: Relative efficiency of non parametric error rate estimators in multi-group linear discriminant analysis. In: African Journal of Mathematics and Computer Science Research. 2(10), 2009, p. 218 - 224 [Error rate, estimation, efficiency, multi-group, linear rule, simulation].

  • Comlan Hessou, Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Achile E. Assogbadjo, Théophile Odjo, Brice Sinsin: Test de la germination des graines de Caesalpinia bonduc (l.) Roxb au Bénin. In: International journal of biological and chemical sciences. 3(2), 2009, p. 310 - 317 [Caesalpinia bonduc, propagation, provenances, substrats, Bénin, Togo].

  • Achille E. Assogbadjo, Guillaume Amadji, Romain Lucas Glele Kakai, Adi Mama, Brice Sinsin: Evaluation écologique et ethnobotanique de Jatropha curcas L. au Bénin. In: International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences. 5(3), 2009, p. 1065 - 1077 [Jatropha curcas, connaissances endogènes, diversité écologique, Bénin].

Goyal, Dr. Satish Kumar

Haryana Agricultural University, India
Field of research: Agricultural economics
Host: Prof. Dr. Ernst Berg Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
  • S.K. Goyal & R.B. Gupta: Fresh and processed Fruit & Vegetables: Growth in Production and Export from India. In: Foreign Trade Review. XLIII, 2009, p. 32 - 51 [Processed fruits & vegetables, exports, Compound Growth Rate, Cuddy-Della Valle Index,].

  • S. K. Goyal and Ernst Berg: AN ANALYSIS OF CASUALITY BETWEEN GROWTH AND INSTABILITY IN AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS OF INDIA. In: Foreign Trade Review. XLVII, 2012, p. 3 - 17 [Instability, Cuddy-Della Valle Index, Casuality, Cointegration].

Gugsa, Dr. Likyelesh

Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research, Ethiopia
Field of research: Plant cultivation, plant genetics
Host: Prof. Dr. Jochen Kumlehn Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzengenetik und Kulturpflanzenforschung (IPK)
  • Likyelesh Gugsa and Jochen Kumlehn: Haploidy in Tef: Gynogenesis. In: Advances in Haploid Production in Higher Plants.. (Ed. TOURAEV A., FORSTER B. P., & Jain M. S) Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springler , 2009, p. 265 - 283 [Tef (Eragrostis tef ), androgenesis, gynogenesis, polyploidy, mutants variation].

  • Gebre E, Gugsa L, Schlüter U, Kunert K.: Transformation of tef (Eragrostis tef) by Agrobacterium through immature embryo regeneration system for inducing-dwarfism. South African Journal of Botany 87: 9-17. In: African Journal of Botany . 87, 2013, p. 9 - 17 [Agrobacterium Eragrostis tef Immature embryos Plant height Semi-dwarf Transformation GA2ox].

  • Gugsa L and Horst Loerz:: Male sterility and gametoclonal variations from gynogenically derived polyploids of tef (Eragrostis tef), zucc. Trotter. In: African Journal of Plant Science . 7(2), 2013, p. 53 - 60 [Eragrostis tef, gametoclonal variations, gynogenesis, male sterility, regenerated lines, ployploids].

  • Getanhun T, Feyissa T and L. Gugsa : Somatic Embryogenesis and Plant Regeneration from Embry rescue culture of F1 hybrids of Teff with its Wild Relatives. In: African Crop Science Journal. 20, 2012, p. 189 - 196 [Eragrostis Tef, florets, hybrids, wild relatives].

  • Gugsa, L. and Kumlehn : Somatic Embryogenesis and Massive Shoot Regeneration from Immature Embryo Explants of Tef. In: Biotechnology Research International,. 2011, 2011, p. ID 309731 - doi:10.4061/2011/309731.

  • Getanhun T, Feyissa T and L. Gugsa: Regeneration of plantlets from unpollinated ovary cultures of Ethiopian wheat (Triticum turgidum and Triticum aestivum). (in press). In: African Journal of Biotechnology.. , 2013, p. AJB/20.03.13/12319 [Embryonic tissues, unpollinated ovaries, regenerants, wheat varieties].

Igwe, Prof. Dr. Charles Arizechukwu

University of Nigeria, Nigeria
Field of research: Soil science
Host: Prof. Dr. Karl Stahr Universität Hohenheim
  • Charles Arizechukwu Igwe, M. Zarei, Karl Stahr,: Colloidal stability in some tropical soils of southeastern Nigeria as affected by iron and aluminium oxides. In: CATENA. 77, 2009, p. 232 - 237 [soil organic carbon, poorly crystalline Fe, microaggregate stability, water-dispersible clay, weathering].

  • Charles Arizechukwu Igwe, M. Zarei, Karl Stahr: Mineralogy and geochemical properties of some upland soils from different sedimentary formations in south-eastern Nigeria. In: Australian Journal of Soil Research. 47, 2009, p. 423 - 432 [Fe oxide, Al oxide, pedogenic processes, clay mineralogy, agricultural productivity].

  • Charles Arizechukwu Igwe, Mehdi Zarei, Karl Stahr: Fe and Al oxides distribution in some ultisols and inceptisols of southeastern Nigeria in relation to soil total phosphorous. In: Environmental Earth Sciences. 60, 2010, p. 1103 - 1111 [crystalline oxides, amorphous oxides, phosphate fixation, phosphate retention, weathered soil, kaolinite].

  • Charles Arizechukwu Igwe: Tropical Soils, Physical Properties. In: Encyclopedia of Agrophysics. (Ed. Jan Glinski, Jozef Horabik and Jerzy Lipiec) Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer, 2011, p. 934 - 937 [Soil texture, soil structure, aggregate stability, shrink-swell, soil moisture, tropical soils].

Isik, Prof. Dr. Kani

Akdeniz University, Turkey
Field of research: Forest genetics
Host: Dr. Wilfried Steiner Niedersächsische Forstliche Versuchsanstalt
  • Kani Isik,J. Kleinschmit, W. Steiner: Age-Age Correlations and Early Selection for Height in a Clonal Genetic Test of Norway Spruce. In: Forest Science. 56, 2010, p. 212 - 221.

Jekayinfa, Prof. Dr. Simeon Olatayo

Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (Lautech), Nigeria
Field of research: Agricultural engineering
Host: Dr. Ralf Pecenka Leibniz-Institut für Agrartechnik und Bioökonomie e. V. (ATB)
  • Simeon Olatayo Jekayinfa and Volkhard Scholz: Potential Availability of Energetically Usable Crop Residues in Nigeria. In: Energy Sources. 31, 2009, p. 687 - 697 [agricultural residues; energy potential; Nigeria; renewable energy ].

  • Simeon Olatayo Jekayinfa, A. O. Adelhayo: Production of Biogas From Selected Crops And Animal Redidues In Nigeria. In: Building a Non-Oil Export Based Economy for Nigeria: The Potential of Value-Added Products from Agricultural Residues. (Ed. Simeon Olatayo Jekayinfa) Göttingen: Cuvellier, 2012, p. 77 - 84.

  • Simeon Olatayo Jekayinfa, A. O. Adelhayo: Production of Biogas From Selected Crops And Animal Residues In Nigeria. In: Building a Non-Oil Export Based Economy for Nigeria: The Potential of Value-Added Products from Agricultural Residues. (Ed. Simeon Olatayo Jekayinfa) Göttingen: Cuvellier, 2012, p. 77 - 84.

  • Simeon Olatayo Jekayinfa: Building a Non Oil based Economy for Nigeria: The Potential of Value-Added Products from Agricultural Residues. Göttingen: Cuvillier Verlag Göttingen, 2012, 491 pp. [Agricultural Residues, Non Oil Based Economy, Nigeria, Biofuels].

  • Simeon Olatayo Jekayinfa, Ohijeagbon, I.O. and Waheed, M.A: Annual and Compounded Life Cycle Cost Analysis of a Steam Boiler. In: LAUJET Journal of Engineering and Technology. 6(2), 2011, p. 91 - 96 [Steam Boiler, Energy and Exergy Analysis, Life Cycle Cost, Nigeria].

  • Simeon Olatayo Jekayinfa, waheed, M.A. and Ohijeagbon, I.O.: Cumulative Exergetic Assessment of LPFO Utilized Steam Boilers. In: International Journal of Exergy. 11(1), 2012, p. 119 - 135 [Steam Boiler, Energy and Exergy Analyses, Nigeria].

  • Simeon Olatayo Jekayinfa, Ohijeagbon,I.O.,Waheed,M.A.,Opadokun,O.E: Developmental Design of a Laboratory Fire-Tube Boiler. In: ACTA TECHNICA CORVINIENSIS- Bulleting of Engineering . 6, 2013, p. 1 - 6 [fire-tube; steam boiler; thermodynamics; 3D modelling; laboratory].

  • Ademola Adebayo, Simeon Olatayo Jekayinfa, Bernd Linke: Effect of Co-Digestion on Anaerobic Digestion of Cattle Slurry with Maize Cob at Mesophilic Temperature. In: Journal of Energy Technologies and Policy . 6(7), 2013, p. 47 - 54 [co-digestion, cattle slurry, maize cob, batch experiment, mesophilic temperature].

  • Idehai O. Ohijeagbon, M. Adekojo Waheed, Simeon O. Jekayinfa: Methodology for the physical and chemical exergetic analysis of steam boilers. In: Energy. 53, 2013, p. 153 - 164 [Exergy Energy Steam boilers Chemical exergy Exergy destruction].

  • S.O. Jekayinfa a, F.A. Ola , S.O. Afolayan, R.O. Ogunwale : On-farm energy analysis of plantain production in Nigeria. In: Energy for Sustainable Development. 16, 2012, p. 339 - 343 [Energy sources Energy use indices Plantain Residues Nigeria].

  • S. O. Jekayinfa and V. Scholz: Estimation of possible energy contributions of crop residues in Nigeria. In: Int. J. Energy Technology and Policy. 9, 2013, p. 93 - 109 [crop residues; energy value; monetary value; electricity; Nigeria].

Kagawa, Dr. Akira

Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Japan
Field of research: Wood biology
Host: Dr. Gerhard Helle Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
  • Akira Kagawa, Steven W. Leavitt: Stable carbon isotopes of tree rings as a tool to pinpoint the geographic origin of timber. In: Journal of Wood Science. 56(3), 2010, [DOI 10.1007/s10086-009-1085-6, illegal logging, isotope dendroprovenancing].

Kallarackal, Dr. Jose

, India
Field of research: Forestry, forest science
Host: Prof. Dr. Andreas Bürkert Universität Kassel
  • Jose Kallarackal and T. J. Roby: Responses of trees to elevated carbon dioxide and climate change . In: Biodiversity and Conservation. 21, 2012, p. 1327 - 1342 [climate change, FACE, forest, trees].

  • Jose Kallarackal, Dennis O. Otieno, Bjo¨rn Reineking, Eun-Young Jung, Mark W. T. Schmidt, Andre´ Granier and• John D. Tenhunen: Functional convergence in water use of trees from different geographical regions: a meta-analysis . In: Trees. 27, 2013, p. 787 - 799 [wood density, evapotranspiration, water transport, ecology, sap flux density].

  • Jose Kallarackal, Susanne N. Bauer, Heike Nowak, Mohammad-Reza Hajirezaei and Ewald Komor : Diurnal changes in assimilate concentrations and X uxes in the phloem of castor bean (Ricinus communis L.) and tansy (Tanacetum vulgare L.) . In: Planta. 236, 2012, p. 209 - 223 [Phloem, Taraxacum, Ricinus, exudation].

Khalil, Dr. Mohammad Ibrahim

University College Dublin, Ireland
Field of research: Soil science
Host: Prof. Dr. Urs Schmidhalter Technische Universität München
  • M.I. Khalil, U. Schmidhalter and R. Gutser: Emissions of nitrous oxide, ammonia, and carbon dioxide from a cambisol at two contrasting soil water regimes and urea granular sizes. In: Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. 40, 2009, p. 1191 - 1213 [Emission of greenhouse gases, ammonia volatilization, urea fertilizer, soil].

  • M.I. Khalil, F. Buegger, M. Schraml, R. Gutser, K.G. Richards and U. Schmidhalter. : Gaseous nitrogen emissions from a cambisol cropped to spring wheat with urea granule size and depths of placement. In: Soil Science Society of America Journal. 73, 2009, p. 1335 - 1344 [Greenhouse gas, Urea fertilizer, Soil and Environment ].

  • M. I. Khalil, U. Schmidhalter and R. Gutser: Effects of urease and nitrification inhibitors added to urea on nitrous oxide emissions from a loess soil. In: Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science. 172, 2009, p. 651 - 660 [Nitrous Oxide, Mitigations, Inhibitors].

  • O. Fenton, K.G. Richards, L. Kirwan, M.I. Khalil and M.G. Healy: Factors affecting nitrate distribution in shallow groundwater under a beef farm in south eastern Ireland. In: Journal of Environmental Management. 90, 2009, p. 3135 - 3146 [Nitrate, Natural attenuation, Denitrification, Groundwater ].

  • K.G. Richards, O. Fenton, M.I. Khalil, A.H. Haria, J. Humphreys, D. Doody, R. Moles, G. Morgan and P. Jordan: Good water status: The integration of sustainable grassland production and water resources in Ireland. In: Tearmann: Irish Journal of Agri-environmental Research. 7, 2009, p. 143 - 160 [Nitrate, Phosphorus, Groundwater, Grassland, Water Framework Directive, Hydrology].

  • M.I. Khalil, U. Schmidhalter, R. Gutser and H. Heuwinkel: Fertilizer N movement and recovery by spring wheat associated with urea supergranules point-placed at different soil depths. In: Journal of Plant Nutrition. 34, 2011, p. 779 - 797 [15N-urea, urea granule sizes, N use efficiency, spring wheat, priming effects].

  • M.I. Khalil and K.G. Richards: Denitrification enzyme activity and potential of subsoils under grazed grasslands assayed by membrane inlet mass spectrometer. In: Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 43, 2011, p. 1787 - 1797 [Denitrification, Denitrification Enzyme Activity, Subsoils, Grazed grassland].

  • O. Fenton, M.G. Healy, T. Henry, M.I. Khalil, J. Grant, A. Baily and K.G. Richards: Exploring the relationship between groundwater geochemical factors and denitrification potentials on a dairy farm in southeast Ireland. In: Ecological Engineering. 37, 2011, p. 1304 - 1313 [Bioreactor, Denitrification, Isotope, MIMS, Nitrate, Groundwater, Water Framework Directive].

  • M. I. Khalil: Physical and Chemical Manipulation of Urea Fertilizer to Limit the Emission of Reactive Nitrogen Species. In: Understanding Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Agricultural Management . (Ed. L. Guo, L. MacConnell and A. Gunasekara) USA: American Chemical Society/ Oxford University Press Inc., 2011, p. 149 - 164 [Urea fertilizer, nitrification, trace gases, mitigations, arable crop].

  • M.M.R. Jahangir, P. Johnston, M. Barrett, M.I. Khalil, and K.G. Richards: Linking hydrogeochemistry to nitrate abundance in groundwater in agricultural settings in Ireland. In: Journal of Hydrology. 448-449, 2012, p. 212 - 222 [Ksat, Dissolved organic C, Dissolved oxygen, Redox-potential, SO2-4, Nitrate retention].

  • M.M.R. Jahangir, M.I. Khalil, P. Johnston, L.M. Cardenas, D.J. Hatch, M. Butler, M. Barrett, V. O'Flaherty and K.G. Richards: Denitrification potential in subsoils: a mechanism to reduce nitrate leaching to groundwater. In: Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 147, 2012, p. 13 - 23 [Denitrification potential, N2O mole fractions, Subsoil, Greenhouse gas, Nitrate leaching, Grassland].

  • M.M.R. Jahangir, P. Johnston, M. I. Khalil, D. Hennessy, J. Humphreys, O. Fenton and K.G. Richards.: Groundwater: A pathway for terrestrial C and N losses and indirect greenhouse. In: Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 159, 2012, p. 40 - 48 [Greenhouse gases, Indirect N2O emissions, Effective rainfall, Dissolved C, Dissolved N, Groundwater].

  • M.M.R. Jahangir, P. Johnston, M.I. Khalil, J. Grant, C. Somers and K.G. Richards.: Evaluation of headspace equilibration methods for quantifying greenhouse gases in groundwater. In: Journal of Environmental Management. 111, 2012, p. 208 - 212 [Greenhouse gas, Headspace extraction, Dissolved gases, Shaking time, Standing time].

  • M.M.R. Jahangir, P. Johnston, M. Barrett, M.I. Khalil, P. Groffman, P. Boeckx, O. Fenton and K.G. Richards: Denitrification and indirect N2O emissions in groundwater: hydrologic and biogeochemical influences. In: Journal of Contaminant Hydrology. 152, 2013, p. 70 - 81 [Denitrification, Excess N2-N, Groundwater, Emission factor, Permeability, Redox-potential].

  • M.I. Khalil, G. Kiely, P. O’Brien and C. Müller. : Estimation of organic carbon stocks in agricultural soils in Ireland using combined empirical and GIS approaches. In: Geoderma. 193-194, 2013, p. 222 - 235 [Carbon stocks, Depth distribution models, Pedotransfer function, Disaggregated agricultural lands, Republic of Ireland].

  • M.I. Khalil, M. Richards, B. Osborne, M. Williams and C. Müller.: Simulation and validation of greenhouse gases and carbon stock in arable lands using the ECOSSE model. In: Atmospheric Environment. 81, 2013, p. 616 - 624 [Greenhouse gases, Carbon balance, Spring barley, Tillage, ECOSSE model].

  • E. Cahalan, M. Ernfors, C. Müller, D. Devaney, R.J. Laughlin, C.J. Watson, D. Hennesy, J. Grant, M.I. Khalil, K.L. McGeough and K.G. Richards. : The effect of the nitrification inhibitor dicyandiamide (DCD) on nitrous oxide and methane emissions after cattle slurry application to Irish grassland. In: Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 199, 2015, p. 339 - 349 [Dicyandiamide (DCD), Nitrous oxide, Cattle slurry, Spreading method, Trace gases].

  • M. Barrett, M., M.I. Khalil, M.M.R. Jahangir, C. Lee, L.M. Cardenas, G. Collins, K. Richards and V. O’Flaherty. : Carbon amendment and soil depth affects the distribution and abundance of denitrifiers in agricultural soils. In: Carbon amendment and soil depth affects the distribution and abundance of denitrifiers in agricultural soils.. 23, 2016, p. 7899 - 7910 [Denitrification, nirK, nirS, nosZ, Subsoil, N2O/N2 emissions].

  • M.I. Khalil, M. Abdalla, G. Lanigan, B. Osborne and C. Müller.: Evaluation of parametric limitations in simulating greenhouse gas fluxes from Irish arable soils using three process-based models. In: Agricultural Sciences (Special Issue: Agricultural Systems Modelling). 7, 2016, p. 503 - 520 [Greenhouse Gases, Arable Lands, Input Parameters, Process-Based Models, Ireland].

  • Khalil, M.I. and B. Osborne: Improving estimates of soil organic carbon (SOC) stocks and their long-term temporal changes in agricultural soils in Ireland. In: Geoderma. 322, 2018, p. 172 - 183 [SOC density change factors, SOC density/stock changes, Agricultural land use and land use changes, GIS and modelling approaches.].

  • Weber A., M.I. Khalil., M. Schraml and R. Gutser: Soil-atmosphere exchange of NH3 and NOx in differently managed vegetation types of Southern Germany. In: Journal of Soil and Plant Biology. 1, 2018, p. 1 - 15 [Mulching/Cutting; Forage; Temperate Climate; NOx Deposition; NH3 Loss].

Khan, Prof. Dr. Khalid Saifullah

PMAS-Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi, Pakistan
Field of research: Soil science
Host: Prof. Dr. Rainer Georg Jörgensen Universität Kassel
  • Khalid Saifullah Khan, R.G. Joergensen: Simultaneous measurement of S, macronutrients and heavy metals in the soil microbial biomass with CHCI3 fumigation and NH4NO3 extraction. In: Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 41, 2009, p. 309 - 314.

Khan, Prof. Dr. Md. Nabiul Islam

Khulna University, Bangladesh
Field of research: Forestry, forest science
Host: Prof. Dr. Alexander Knohl Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
  • Md. Nabiul Islam Khan, O. Faruque : Allometric relationships for predicting the stem volume in a Dalbergia sissoo Roxb. plantation in Bangladesh . In: iForest. 3, 2010, p. 153 - 158 [Allometry, Monoculture plantation, Regression, Rosewood, Sissoo, Stem volume].

  • Markus Kautz, Uta Berger, Dietrich Stoyan, Juliane Vogt, Nabiul Islam Khan, Karen Diele, Ulrich Saint-Paul, Tran Triet and Vien Ngoc Nam: Desynchronizing effects of lightning strike disturbances on cyclic forest dynamics in mangrove plantations. In: Aquatic Botany. 95, 2011, p. 173 - 181 [Can Gio; canopy gap; field-of-neighbourhood; individual-based modelling; interrupted point process; KiWi model; Matern cluster process; point pattern analysis; Rhizophora apiculata].

  • M.N.I. Khan, S. Sharma, U. Berger, N. Koedam, F. Dahdouh-Guebas, A. Hagihara: How do tree competition and stand dynamics lead to spatial patterns in monospecific mangroves?. In: Biogeosciences. 10, 2013, p. 2803 - 2814 [Intraspecific competition; KiWi model; point pattern analysis; self-thinning; Kandelia obovata; pair-correlation, mark-correlation].

  • Renske Hijbeek, Nico Koedam, Md Nabiul Islam Khan, James Gitundu Kairo, Johan Schoukens, Farid Dahdouh-Guebas: An Evaluation of Plotless Sampling Using Vegetation Simulations and Field Data from a Mangrove Forest. In: PLoS ONE. 8(6), 2013, p. 1 - 10 [Vegetation structure, sampling, plant density, distance based method].

  • Nibedita Mukherjee, William J. Sutherland, Md Nabiul I. Khan, Uta Berger, Nele Schmitz, Farid Dahdouh-Guebas, Nico Koedam: Using expert knowledge and modeling to define mangrove composition, functioning, and threats and estimate time frame for recovery. In: Ecology and Evolution . 4(11), 2014, p. 2247 - 2262 [Delphi technique, IBM, simulation modelling, resilience, climate change].

  • Md. Mizanur Rahman, Md. Nabiul Islam Khan, A. K. Fazlul Hoque, Imran Ahmed: Carbon stock in the Sundarbans mangrove forest: spatial variations in vegetation types and salinity zones. In: Wetlands Ecology and Management. 23 (2), 2015, p. 268 - 283 [Carbon sequestration, Aboveground carbon, Belowground carbon, REDD+, Vegetation functional attributes, Ecosystem carbon].

  • Khan, M.N.I., Hijbeek, R., Berger, U., Koedam, N., Grueters, U., Islam, S.M.Z., Hasan, M.A., Dahdouh-Guebas, F.: An evaluation of the plant density estimator the point-centred quarter method (PCQM) using monte carlo simulation. In: PLoS ONE. 11, 2016, p. e0157985 [distance-based density, individual-based model, plant population, plotless method, spatial patterns.].

  • Khan, M.N.I., Kabir, M.E.: Ecology of Kandelia obovata (S., L.) Yong: A Fast-Growing Mangrove in Okinawa, Japan. In: Participatory Mangrove Management in a Changing Climate: Perspectives from the Asia-Pacific. (Ed. DasGupta, R., Shaw, R.) Tokyo: Springer Japan, 2017, p. 287 - 301 [Production ecology of mangroves, light interception, leaf area index, biomass, carbon stocks].

  • Azad, M.S., Alam, M.J., Mollick, A.S., Khan, M.N.I.: Rooting of cuttings of the wild Indian almond tree (Sterculia foetida) enhanced by the application of indole-3-butyric acid (IBA) under leafy and non-leafy conditions. In: Rhizosphere . 5, 2018, p. 8 - 15 [Artificial regeneration, IBA hormone, mass seedling production].

  • Md Nabiul Islam Khan, Mithun Chandra Shil, Md Salim Azad, Md Nazmus Sadath, S M Feroz, Abdus Subhan Mollick: Allometric relationships of stem volume and stand level carbon stocks at varying stand density in Swietenia macrophylla King plantations, Bangladesh. In: Forest Ecology and Management. 430, 2018, p. 639 - 648 [Aboveground biomass, Belowground biomass, Mahogany, Basal area, Self-thinning].

Kocour, Dr. Martin

University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic
Field of research: Fisheries science, fisheries studies
Host: Dr. Klaus Kohlmann Leibniz-Institut für Gewässerökologie und Binnenfischerei (IGB)
  • Martin Kocour, David Gela, Marek Rodina, Martin Flajshans : Performance of different tench, Tinca tinca (L.), groups under semi-intensive pond conditions: it is worth establishing a coordinated breeding program. In: Review in Fish Biology and Fisheries. 20, 2010, p. 345 - 355 [Crossbreeding, Pond culture, Growth, Performance, Survival, Tinca tinca].

  • Martin Kocour, Klaus Kohlmann: Growth hormone gene polymorphisms in tench, Tinca tinca L. In: Aquaculture. 310, 2011, p. 298 - 304 [Cloning, Growth hormone, Haplotype, Polymorphism, Sequencing, Tench, Tinca tinca].

Kocour Kroupova, Dr. Dipl. Ing. Hana

University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic
Field of research: Fisheries science, fisheries studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Werner Kloas Leibniz-Institut für Gewässerökologie und Binnenfischerei (IGB)
  • Achim Trubiroha, Hana Kroupova, Sven Wuertz, Sabrina N. Frank, Bernd Sures, Werner Kloas: Naturally-induced endocrine disruption by the parasite Ligula intestinalis (Cestoda) in roach (Rutilus rutilus). In: General and Comparative Endocrinology. 166, 2010, p. 234 - 240 [Fish, Endocrine disruption, Parasite, Tapeworm, Reproduction, Biomarker ].

  • Hana Kroupova, Achim Trubiroha, Sven Wuertz, Werner Kloas: Stage-dependent differences in RNA composition and content affect the outcome of expression profiling in roach (Rutilus rutilus) ovary. In: Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part A. 159, 2011, p. 141 - 149 [Fish, Reproductive cycle, gene-expression, RT-qPCR, Follistatin, Aromatase, Reference genes].

  • Achim Trubiroha, Hana Kroupova, Sabrina N. Frank, Bernd Sures, Werner Kloas: Inhibition of gametogenesis by the cestode Ligula intestinalis in roach (Rutilus rutilus) is attenuated under laboratory conditions. In: Parasitology. 138, 2011, p. 648 - 659 [parasite, tapeworm, host fecundity, parasitic castration, endocrine disruption, gonadotropin, sex steroids, oestrogen, androgen, vitellogenin].

  • Hana Kroupova, Achim Trubiroha, Sven Wuertz, Sabrina N. Frank, Bernd Sures, Werner Kloas: Nutritional status and gene expression along the somatotropic axis in roach (Rutilus rutilus) infected with the tapeworm Ligula intestinalis. In: General and Comparative Endocrinology . 177, 2012, p. 270 - 277 [Cestode, Fish, Endocrine disruption, Parasitic castration, Growth hormone, Insulin-like growth factor].

  • Achim Trubiroha, Hana Kroupova, Sven Wuertz, Werner Kloas: Up-regulation of gonadotropin mRNA-expression at the onset of gametogenesis in the roach (Rutilus rutilus): Evidence for an important role of brain-type aromatase (cyp19a1b) in the pituitary. In: General and Comparative Endocrinology. 178, 2012, p. 529 - 538 [Oogenesis, Spermatogenesis, FSH, LH, Sex steroids, Steroid receptors].

Levia, Prof. Dr. Delphis F.

University of Delaware, United States of America
Field of research: Forest hydrology
Host: Prof. Dr. Beate Michalzik Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena
  • Delphis F. Levia*, Beate Michalzik*, Sebastian Bischoff, Kerstin Nӓthe, David R. Legates, Marie-Cecile Gruselle, Susanne Richter [* equal contributors]: Measurement and modeling of diameter distributions of particulate matter in terrestrial solutions. In: Geophysical Research Letters. 40 (7), 2013, p. 1317 - 1321 [ particulate matter; diameter distribution; throughfall; stemflow].

  • Delphis Levia, Beate Michalzik, Kerstin Nӓthe, Sebastian Bischoff, Susanne Richter and David Legates : Differential stemflow yield from European beech saplings: the role of individual canopy structure metrics. In: Hydrological Processes. 29(1), 2015, p. 43 - 51 [stemflow, forest, canopy structure, Fagus sylvatica, cluster analysis].

  • Beate Michalzik*, Delphis F. Levia*, Sebastian Bischoff, Kerstin Nӓthe, Susanne Richter [*equal contributors]: Effects of aphid infestation on the biogeochemistry of the water routed through European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) saplings. In: Biogeochemistry. 129 (1/2), 2016, p. 197 - 214 [stemflow; throughfall; dissolved organic matter; base cations; Phyllaphis fagi; scanning electron microscopy].

Liang, Prof. Dr. Eryuan

Chinese Academy of Sciences, People's Republic of China
Field of research: Wood biology
Host: Prof. Dr. Dieter Eckstein Universität Hamburg
  • Eryuan Liang, Dieter Eckstein, Hongyan Liu: Assessing the recent grassland greening trend in a long-term context based on tree-ring analysis: A case study in North China. In: Ecological Indicators. 9, 2009, p. 1280 - 1283 [Tree ring, NDVI, Greening trend, Natural variability, Typical steppe, North China].

  • Eryuan Liang, Dieter Eckstein, Xuemei Shao: Seasonal cambial activity of relict Chinese pine at the northern limit of its natural distribution in Northern China - exploratory results. In: IAWA Journal. 30, 2009, p. 371 - 378 [Chinese pine, cambial activity, wood formation, semi-arid climate].

Mahmood, Dr. Tariq

Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission, Pakistan
Field of research: Soil science
Host: Dr. Frank Fleischmann Technische Universität München
  • Mahmood T., Gupta K.J., Kaiser W.M. : Cadmium stress stimulates nitric oxide production by wheat roots. In: Pakistan Journal of Botany . 41, 2009, p. 1285 - 1290 [Cadmium, Nitric oxide, Root respiration, Wheat roots ].

  • Ali R., Iqbal J., Robab U., Mahmood T. : Effect of dicyandiamide on microbial activity in the rhizosphere and bulk soils under cotton. In: Pakistan Journal of Botany . 41, 2009, p. 1401 - 1409 [Cotton, Dicyandiamide, Microbial activity, Nitrification inhibitors, Rhizosphere ].

  • Yaqub M., Mahmood T., Akhtar M., Iqbal M.M., Ali S. : Induction of mungbean [Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek] as a grain legume in the annual rice-wheat double cropping system. In: Pakistan Journal of Botany . 42, 2010, p. 3125 - 3135 [Grain legumes, Green manuring, Rice-Wheat system ].

  • Mahmood T.: Phytoextraction of heavy metals – the process and scope for remediation of contaminated soils. (Review article). In: Soil & Environment . 29, 2010, p. 91 - 109 [Contaminated soils, Heavy metal pollution, Hyperaccumulators, Phytoextraction, Phytoremediation].

  • Mahmood T., Ali R., Latif Z., Ishaque W. : Dicyandiamide increases the fertilizer-N loss from an alkaline calcareous soil treated with 15N-labelled urea under warm climate and under different crops. In: Biology & Fertility of Soils. 47, 2011, p. 619 - 631 [Cotton, Dicyandiamide, Maize, Nitrification inhibitors, 15N-balance, Wheat].

  • Ali, R., Kanwal H., Iqbal Z., Yaqub M., Khan J.A. Mahmood T. : Evaluation of some nitrification inhibitors at different temperatures under laboratory conditions. In: Soil & Environment . 31, 2012, p. 134 - 145 [4-Amino-1,2,4-triazole, 1H-benzotriazole, Benzothiazole, Lignosulfonic acid, Nitrification, Pyrazoles].

  • Mahmood T., Mehnaz S., Fleischmann F., Ali R., Hashmi Z.H., Iqbal Z.: Soil sterilization effects on root growth and formation of rhizosheaths in wheat seedlings. In: Pedobiologia. 57, 2014, p. 123 - 130 [EPS-producing bacteria, Gamma-irradiation, Rhizosheaths, Root morphology, Soil autoclaving, Wheat].

  • Tariq Mahmood, Rehmat Ali, Asma Lodhi, Muhammad Sajid: 4-Amino-1,2,4-triazole can be more effective than commercial nitrification inhibitors under warm climate. In: Soil Research. 55, 2014, p. 715 - 722 [Nitrogen fertilizers, Subtropical soils].

  • Wajid Ishaque, Tariq Mahmood, Muhammad Atif Riaz, Muhammad Rafiq, Fariha Malik, Muhammad Zaman: Short-term effects of tillage and residue management practices on dry matter yield and fate of 15N-urea in a continuous maize cropping system under subtropical conditions. In: Soil & Tillage Research. 182, 2018, p. 78 - 85 [Mulch, 15N-balance, Zero-tillage].

Martin, Dr. Guillaume

Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA), France
Field of research: Crop production, plant production
Host: Prof. Dr. Frank Ewert Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
  • Guillaume Martin, Jean-Pierre Theau, Olivier Therond, Roger Martin-Clouaire, Michel Duru: Diagnosis and Simulation: a suitable combination to support farming systems design. In: Crop & Pasture Science . 62, 2011, p. 328 - 336 [design, farming system, farm management, grassland, modelling, learning].

  • Guillaume Martin, Benoit Felten, Michel Duru: Forage rummy: A game to support the participatory design of adapted livestock systems . In: Environmental Modelling & Software. 26, 2011, p. 1442 - 1453 [farm model, farming system, adaptation, simulation, learning, climate change].

  • Guillaume Martin, Michel Duru, Jürgen Schellberg, Frank Ewert: Simulations of plant productivity are affected by modelling approaches of farm management. In: Agricultural Systems. 109, 2012, p. 25 - 34 [Farm model Decision-making modelling Model complexity Farmers’ decisions Grassland-based beef farm].

  • Guillaume Martin, Roger Martin-Clouaire, Michel Duru: Farming system design to feed the changing world. A review. In: Agronomy for Sustainable Development. 33, 2013, p. 131 - 149 [Problemdefinition, Problem solving, Reflection in action, Participation, Optimisation, Simulation, Farm model, Innovation].

Melesse, Prof. Dr. Aberra

Hawassa University, Ethiopia
Field of research: Animal production
Host: Prof. Dr. Markus Rodehutscord Universität Hohenheim
  • Aberra Melesse, Yoseph Getye, Kefyalew Berihun, Sandip Banerjee: Effect of feeding graded levels of Moringa stenopetala leaf meal on growth performance, carcass traits and some serum biochemical parameters of Koekoek chickens. In: Livestock Science. 157, 2013, p. 498 - 505 [Moringa stenopetala leaf meal, Keokoek chicken, Growth traits, Carcass traits, Biochemical parameters].

  • Melesse A., Maak S., Pingel H. and Lengerken G. V.: Assessing the Thermo-Tolerance Potentials of Five Commercial Layer Chicken Genotypes Under Long-Term Heat Stress Environment as Measured by Their Performance Traits. In: Journal of Animal Production Advances. 3, 2013, p. 254 - 264 [Commercial layer chickens, egg quality traits, egg production, heat stress, thermo-neutral temperature, thermo-tolerance].

  • Sandip Banerjee, Aberra Melesse, Eshetu Dotamo, Kefyalew Berihun and Mohammed Beyan: Effect of Feeding Different Dietary Protein Levels with Iso-Caloric Ration on Nutrients Intake and Growth Performances of Dual-Purpose Koekoeck Chicken Breeds. In: International Journal of Applied Poultry Research. 2, 2013, p. 27 - 32 [Crude protein levels; feed conversion efficiency; feed intake; growth performances; Koekoeck chickens].

  • Aberra Melesse, Sandip Banerjee, Admasu Lakew, Fekadu Mersha, Fsahatsion Hailemariam, Shemlis Tsegaye, Tafesse Makebo, Aynalem Haile, Tadelle Dessie: Variations in linear body measurements and establishing prediction equations for live body weight of indigenous sheep populations of southern Ethiopia. In: Ethiopian Journal of Animal Production. 13, 2013, p. 83 - 102 [Morphometrical characters, body weight estimation, indigenous sheep, Southern Ethiopia].

  • Melesse A., Dotamo E., Banerjee S., Berihun K. and Beyan M. : Studies on Carcass Traits, Nutrient Retention and Utilization of Koekoeck Chickens Fed Diets Containing Different Protein Levels with Iso-Caloric Ration. In: Journal of Animal Science Advances. 3, 2013, p. 532 - 543 [Carcass traits, crude protein levels, koekoeck chickens, linear body measurements, nutrient retention, nutrient utilization].

  • Aberra Melesse, Girma Abebe, Roger Merkel, Arthur Goetsch, Lionel Dawson, Terry Gipson and Tilahun Sahlu: Effect of Body Condition Score and Nutritional Flushing on the Reproductive Performances of Spanish and Spanish x Boer Crossbred Does. In: Ethiopian Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 24, 2013, p. 141 - 153 [Body condition score; Body weight; Nutritional flushing; Reproductive traits; Spanish x Boer crosses].

  • A. Melesse, M. Alewi and Y. Teklegiorgis: Evaluating the Reproductive and Egg Production Traits of Local Chickens and Their F1 Crosses with Rhode Island Red and Fayoumi Breeds under Farmers’ Management Conditions. In: Iranian Journal of Applied Animal Science. 3, 2013, p. 379 - 385 [crossbreeding, Farmers management, Fayoumi chicken breed, local Kei chicken, Rhode Island Red chicken breed].

  • Aberra Melesse, Sandip Banerjee, Admasu Lakew, Fekadu Mersha, Fsahatsion Hailemariam, Shimelis Tsegaye and Tafesse Makebo: Morphological characterization of indigenous sheep in Southern Regional State, Ethiopia. In: Animal Genetic Resources. 52, 2013, p. 39 - 50 [phenotypic characterization, qualitative character, linear body measurement, indigenous sheep, Southern Regional State of Ethiopia].

  • Misba Alewi and Aberra Melesse: EVALUATING THE GROWTH PERFORMANCE OF LOCAL KEI CHICKENS AND THEIR F1-CROSSES WITH RHODE ISLAND RED AND FAYOUMI BREEDS IN WATERSHED AREAS OF GURAGHE ADMINISTRATIVE ZONE, SOUTHERN ETHIOPIA. In: Tropical and Subtropical Agroecosystems. 16, 2013, p. 39 - 50 [Farmers’ management; Growth performance; F1-crosses; Rhode Island Red chicken; Fayoumi chicken; Local Kei chicken].

  • Aberra Melesse, Zemene Worku, Yosef Teklegiorgis: Assessment of the prevailing handling and quality of eggs from scavenging indigenous chickens reared in different agro-ecological zones of Ethiopia. In: Journal of Environmental and Occupational Science. 2, 2013, p. 1 - 8 [Agro-ecological zones; Egg handling; Egg quality traits; Rural households; Scavenging chickens].

  • Aberra Melesse, S. Maak and G. von Lengerken: PRODUCTIVE AND PHYSIOLOGICAL ADAPTIVE RESPONSES OF ETHIOPIAN NAKED-NECK CHICKENS AND THEIR F1 CROSSES WITH COMMERCIAL CHICKEN BREEDS TO HIGH ENVIRONMENTAL TEMPERATURE. In: Ethiopian Journal of Science. 35, 2012, p. 107 - 116 [3,5,3-triiodothyronine, corticosterone, F1 crosses, heat stress, Naked-neck chicken].

  • Aberra Melesse, Worknesh Tiruneh, Tegene Negesse: Nutrient composition and effects of feeding different levels of Moringa stenopetala leaf meal on carcass traits of Rhode Island Red dual-purpose grower chickens. In: Ethiopian Journal of Animal Production. 12, 2012, p. 37 - 50 [M. stenopetala leaf meal; Rhode Island Red chicks; Nutrient composition; Edible carcass; Non-edible carcass].

  • Aberra Melesse: The feeding value of deseeded pods from Moringa stenopetala and Moringa oleifera as evaluated by chemical analyses and in vitro gas production. In: Journal of Animal and Feed Sciences. 21, 2012, p. 537 - 550 [in vitro gas production, nutrient compositions, Moringa oleifera, Moringa stenopetala, deseeded Moringa pods].

  • Alewi M., Melesse A. and Teklegiorgis Y.: Crossbreeding Effect on Egg Quality Traits of Local Chickens and Their F1 Crosses With Rhode Island Red and Fayoumi Chicken Breeds Under Farmers’ Management Conditions. In: Journal of Animal Science Advances. 2, 2012, p. 697 - 705 [Crossbreeding, egg quality traits, Fayoumi chicken breed, F1 crosses, local Kei chicken, farmers’ management, Rhode Island Red chicken breed].

  • Aberra Melesse: Assessing the feeding values of leaves, seeds and seeds-removed pods of Moringa stenopetala using in vitro gas production technique. In: African Journal of Biotechnology . 11, 2012, p. 11342 - 11349 [Chemical compositions, feeding values, in vitro gas production, leaves, M. stenopetala, seeds, seeds-removed pods].

  • Worku Z., Melesse A. and T/Giorgis Y.: Assessment of Village Chicken Production System and the Performance of Local Chicken Populations in West Amhara Region of Ethiopia. In: Journal of Animal Production Advances. 2, 2012, p. 199 - 207 [Ethiopia, indigenous chicken performance, local chicken populations, rural community].

  • Yibrehu Emshaw, Aberra Melesse and Getinet Assefa: The Effect of Dietary Inclusion of Mango (Magnifera indica L.) Fruit Waste on Feed Intake, Growth and Feed Efficiency of Cobb-500 Broiler Chickens. In: Ethiopian Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 22, 2012, p. 73 - 83 [Mango Fruit Waste; Maize; Cobb-500 Broiler Chickens; Growth Performance; Carcass Traits].

  • A. Melesse, H. Steingass, J. Boguhn and M. Rodehutscord: In vitro fermentation characteristics and effective utilisable crude protein in leaves and green pods of Moringa stenopetala and Moringa oleifera cultivated at low and mid-altitudes. In: Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition . 97, 2013, p. 537 - 546 [altitude, green pods, in vitro gas production, leaves, Moringa species, utilisable crude protein].

  • A. Melesse, H. Steingass, J. Boguhn, M. Schollenberger and M. Rodehutscord: Effects of elevation and season on nutrient composition of leaves and green pods of Moringa stenopetala and Moringa oleifera. In: Agroforestry systems. 86, 2012, p. 505 - 518 [Moringa species, nutrient composition, leaves, green pods, elevation, season ].

  • A. Melesse, S. Maak and G. von Lengerken: Effects of genetic group × ambient temperature interactions on performance and physiological responses of Naked-neck chickens and their F1 crosses with Lohmann White and New Hampshire laying hens. In: Journal of Animal and Feed Sciences. 20, 2011, p. 599 - 612 [Naked-neck chicken, F1 crosses, heat stress, genotype x temperature interaction, corticosterone, 3,5,3′-triiodothyronine].

  • Aberra Melesse and Tegene Negesse: Phenotypic and morphological characterization of indigenous chicken populations in southern region of Ethiopia. In: Animal Genetic Resources. 49, 2011, p. 19 - 31 [phenotypic characterization, indigenous chickens, Southern Ethiopia, administrative zones, agroclimatic zones].

  • A. Melesse, S. Maak, R. Schmidt, G. von Lengerken: Effect of long-term heat stress on some performance traits and plasma enzyme activities in Naked-neck chickens and their F1 crosses with commercial layer breeds. In: Livestock Science. 141, 2011, p. 227 - 231 [Commercial chicken breeds, Enzyme activities, F1 crosses, Heat stress, Naked-neck chicken].

  • Shewangizaw Wolde, Tegene Negesse and Aberra Melesse: Effect of dietary protein concentration on feed intake, body mass gain and carcass traits of Rhode Island Red chicken. In: Journal of Science and Development. 1, 2011, [Dietary crude protein, carcass traits, feed efficiency, Rhodes Island Red chicken].

  • A. Melesse, S. Maak, R. Schmidt and G. von Lengerken: Effect of long-term heat stress on key enzyme activities and T3 levels in commercial layer hens. In: International Journal of Livestock Production . 2, 2011, p. 107 - 116 [Layer hens, long-term heat stress, enzyme activities, T3 concentration].

  • A. Melesse, W. Tiruneh and T. Negesse: EFFECTS OF FEEDING Moringa stenopetala LEAF MEAL ON NUTRIENT INTAKE AND GROWTH PERFORMANCE OF RHODE ISLAND RED CHICKS UNDER TROPICAL CLIMATE. In: Tropical and Subtropical Agroecosystems. 14, 2011, p. 485 - 492 [Moringa stenopetala leaf meal; Rhode Island Red chicks; nutrient intake; growth performanc].

  • S. Wolde, T. Negesse and A. Melesse: THE EFFECT OF DIETARY PROTEIN CONCENTRATION ON NUTRIENT UTILIZATION OF RHODE ISLAND RED CHICKEN IN WOLAITA (SOUTHERN ETHIOPIA). In: Tropical and Subtropical Agroecosystems. 14, 2011, p. 271 - 278 [dietary crude protein level; efficiency of nutrient utilization; Rhode Island Red].

Menyailo, Prof. Dr. Oleg

Siberian Federal University, Russian Federation
Field of research: Forestry, forest science
Host: Prof. Dr. Ralf Conrad Max-Planck-Institut für terrestrische Mikrobiologie
  • Oleg Menyailo: The effect of Siberian tree species on the mineralization rate of soil organic matter. In: Eurasian Soil Science. 42, 2009, p. 1156 - 1162.

  • Oleg Menyailo, Wolf-Rainer Abraham, Ralf Conrad: Tree species affect atmospheric CH4 oxidation without altering community composition of soil methanotrophs. In: Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 42, 2010, p. 101 - 107.

Montwe, Dr. David

Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany
Field of research: Forestry, forest science
Host: Prof. Dr. Andreas Hamann University of Alberta
  • David Montwé, Miriam Isaac-Renton, Andreas Hamann, Heinrich Spiecker: Cold adaptation recorded in tree rings highlights risks associated with climate change and assisted migration. In: Nature Communications. 9, 2018.

Muhammed, Dr. Nur

Ministry of Environment and Forests, Bangladesh
Field of research: Forestry, forest management
Host: Prof. Dr. Gerhard Oesten Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
  • Muhammed, N. and Koike, M.: Policy and Socio-economics of participatory forest management in Bangladesh. Canada: Trafford Publishers, 2009, 242 pp. [Participatory forest management, Policy, Bangladesh, Socio-economics].

  • Muhammed, N., F. Haque and M. Koike: The Role of Participatory Social Forestry in the Enhancement of the Socio-economic Condition of the rural poor: a Case Study of Dhaka Forest Division in Bangladesh. In: Forests Trees and Livelihoods – an International Journal, The United Kingdom. . 19, 2009, p. 47 - 67 [social forestry, sal forests, financial return].

  • Chowdhury, M.S.H., M. Koike and N. Muhammed: Embracing collaborative protected area management for conservation: An analysis of the development of the forest policy of Bangladesh. In: International Forestry Review, Commonwealth Forestry Association, The United Kingdom.. 11(3), 2009, p. 359 - 374 [biodiversity conservation, forest policy, protected area, Bangladesh].

  • Chowdhury, M.S.H., M. Koike, N. Muhammed, M.A. Halim, N. Shaha. and H. Kobayashi: Use of plants in healthcare: A traditional ethno-medicinal practice in south-eastern rural areas of Bangladesh. In: The International Journal of Biodiversity Science and Management, Taylor & Francis, The United Kingdom. 5(1), 2009, p. 41 - 51 [medicinal plants, ailments, indigenous knowledge, using pattern, biodiversity, Bangladesh].

  • Chowdhury, M.S.H., M.A. Halim, N. Muhammed, M. Koike, and S. Biswas: Indigenous knowledge in natural resource management by the hill people: A case of the Mro tribe in Bangladesh. In: Forests Trees and Livelihoods, AB Academic Publishers, The United Kingdom. 19(2), 2009, p. 129 - 151 [Indigenous people, Mro tribe, Bangladesh, Forests].

  • N. Muhammed, K.M. Salahuddin, M.A. Halim, N. Shaha, M.P. Rana and and M.J. Islam: Chowdhury, M.S.H., M.M. Rahman, M. Koike, Small-Scale Mehedi (Lawsonia inermis L.) Farming in the Central Bangladesh: A Promising NTFP-Based Rural Livelihood Outside the Forests. In: Small - Scale Forestry, Springer Netherlands. 9(1), 2010, p. 93 - 105 [henna body art, indigenous knowledge, NTFP, Mehedi, Bangladesh].

  • Muhammed, N., Oesten, G., von Detten, R., Masum, M.F.H. and Chakma, S: Livelihood pattern and Forest dependence of the major tribes in Rangamati, Bangladesh. In: Proceedings of the Shinshu University International Symposium 2010 on Sustainable Agriculture and Environment: Asian Network II. Japan: Shinshu University, 2010, p. 45 - 58 [Forest dependence, Livelihood, Tribal people, Bangladesh].

  • Muhammed, N., M. Koike, M.S.H. Chowdhury and F. Haque: The Profitability of Strip Plantations: A Case Study on Two Social Forest Divisions in Bangladesh. , Taylor & Francis Publishing, The USA (in Press). In: Journal of Sustainable Forestry . 30 (3), 2011, p. 1 - 20 [Strip plantation, Profitability, Bangladesh, participation.].

  • Miah, M.D., M.F.H. Masum., M. Koike., S. Akther and N. Muhammed : Environmental Kuznets Curve: the case of Bangladesh for waste emission and suspended particulate matter. In: The Environmentalist, SpringerLink. 31, 2011, p. 59 - 66 [climate change, greenhouse gas emission and Economic growth].

  • Muhammed, N., M.F.H. Masum., M.M. Hossain., S. Chakma. and G. Oesten: Economic dependence of rural people on homestead forestry in Mymensingh, Bangladesh (Submitted). In: Journal of Forestry Research, Springer Publishing. 2011, [economic dependence, homestead, Bangladesh, forestry].

  • Muhammed, N., M.M. Hossain., M.F.H. Masum., S. Chakma., G. Oesten. and R. von Detten. : Conflict and Corollaries on Forest and Indigenous People: Experience from Bangladesh (in press). In: Sustainable Forest Management (Book 2). ISBN 979-953-307-702-3.. (Ed. J.J. Diez) Croatia: Intech Open access publisher , 2011, [Conflict resolution, indigenous people, forests, Bangladesh].

  • Miah, M.D., S.Chakma, M. Koike and N.Muhammed: Contribution of forests to the livelihood of the Chakma community in the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh DOI 10.1007/s10310-011-0317-y. In: Journal of Forest Research. Springer. 2011, [forest degradation, forest products, household Income].

Nautiyal, Prof. Dr. Sunil

Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC), India
Field of research: Agriculture, agricultural science
Host: Dr. Rüdiger Schaldach Universität Kassel
  • Sunil Nautiyal, H.Kaechele, K.S. Rao, R.K. Maikhuri: An economic evaluation of introduced crops cultivation in a part of the Indian Himalayan region. In: the Botanica. 57, 2009, p. 102 - 106 [Introduced crops; Tomato; Bell pepper; Land use; Himalaya ].

  • Sunil Nautiyal, H. Kaechele: Natural resource management in a protected area of Indian Himalaya: A modeling approach for anthropogenic interactions on ecosystems. In: Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 153, 2009, p. 253 - 271 [Mountain ecosystems, Human behaviors, Sustainable development ].

  • Sunil Nautiyal, K.S.Rao, H.Kaechele, P.Zander: Conceptual model development for landscape management in the mountains of the Indian Himalayan region: an approach for sustainable socio-ecological development. In: Landscape Online, Journal of International Association of Landscape Ecology. . 18, 2010, p. 1 - 19 [Integrated interdisciplinary modeling; Tradeoffs; Sustainable development; Himalayas].

  • Sunil Nautiyal. R.R. Nidamanuri: Conserving biodiversity in protected areas of biodiversity hotspot in India: a case study. . In: International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences . 36, 2010, p. 195 - 200 [Biodiversity hotspots, Indigenous people, Socio-economy, Nagarahole National Park, Remote sensing, GIS, Vegetation dynamics, Landscape change ].

  • Sunil Nautiyal (Ed): Climate Change: Data Requirement and Availability. ISEC: ISEC-MoSPI, 2009, 188 pp. [Climate Change; Data Availability; Land Use Land Cover; Conservation; Management; GHGs].

  • Sunil Nautiyal (Ed): Ecological Economics: An Approach towards Socioeconomic and Environmental Sustainability. ISEC: ISEC-NIE, 2010, 383 pp. [Ecological Economics; Ecosystem Services; Resource Dynamics; Sustainable Resource Use; Socioeconomic Development; Landscape Development].

  • H. Kaechele, Sunil Nautiyal: From Thaer and Thünen until Today: Past and Future of Agricultural Landscape Use in Germany. In: Natural Resources . 1(2), 2010, p. 57 - 68 [Agricultural Landscape; Energy Efficiency; Sustainable Agriculture; Technological Development; Climate Change ].

  • Sunil Nautiyal: Can conservation and development interventions in the Indian Central Himalaya ensure environmental sustainability? A socioecological evaluation. . In: Sustainability Science . 6(2), 2011, p. 151 - 167 [Solutions. Innovations. Diffusion. Sustainable development. Rural complexity. Rural area. Himalaya].

  • Sunil Nautiyal: Nautiyal, Sunil (2011). Plant Biodiversity and Its Conservation in Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC) Campus, Bangalore: A Case Study. In: Journal of Biodiversity. 2(1), 2011, p. 9 - 26 [Academic Institutions. Plant Biodiversity Conservation. Ecological Regions. Endangered Species. Landscape Development. In-Situ and Ex-Situ Conservation].

  • Sunil Nautiyal, RK Maikhuri, KS Rao, KG Saxena: Livelihood and Natural Resources is Asian Cold Desert: A case study from selected villages in Central Himalaya, India. In: Global Change, Biodiversity and Livelihoods in Cold Desert Region of Asia. (Ed. K.G. Saxena, Luohui Liang, Xian Xue) India: Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehradun , 2011, p. 161 - 176 [Cold Desert, Climate Change, Sustainable Development, Village Ecosystem ].

  • Sunil Nautiyal: Macro to micro Viewpoint of Climate Change- Linking Karnataka to Global Issue. In: Natural Resources. 2, 2010, p. 22 - 27 [Agricultural Landscape, Energy Efficiency, Sustainable Agriculture, Technological Development, Climate Change].

  • H. Kaechele, T.S. Babu, T. Kutter, K. Specht, Sunil Nautiyal, K. Mueller, K.V. Raju : Confronting the climate change challenge: discussing the role of rural India under cumulative emission budget approach. . In: Environmental Science and Policy . 14, 2011, p. 1103 - 1112 [2 8C guard rail, Emission trade, WBGU, Rural poor, Low carbon growth, Decarbonization].

  • Sunil Nautiyal: Public Expenditure and Strategies for Sustainable Management of Environment and Forest Ecosystems in Karnataka. India: Institute for Social and Economic Change Monograph 27 (ISBN 81-7791-126-0). , 2012, 94+xi pp. [Conservation, Management, Forest Ecosystems, Environment, Sustainable Development ].

  • Sunil Nautiyal, R.R. Nidamanuri : Ecological and socioeconomic impacts of conservation policies in biodiversity hotspots: a case study from Rajiv Gandhi National Park, India. In: Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences . 2(2), 2012, p. 165 - 177 [Conservation policy; Sustainable livelihood; Science-policy interface; Remote sensing; Vegetation dynamics; NRM].

  • Sunil Nautiyal: Knowledge Systems of Societies for Adaptation and Mitigation of Impacts of Climate Change, Environmental Science and Engineering, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-36143-2_1, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. Germany: Springer, 2013, 720 pp. [Carbon Budgeting; Climate Change; Ecology; Socio-Ecological Development; Sustainable Development ].

  • R. L. Semwal, Sunil Nautiyal, R.K. Maikhuri, K.S. Rao, K.G. Saxena : Growth and carbon stocks of multipurpose tree species plantations in degraded lands in Central Himalaya, India. . In: Forest Ecology and Management . 310, 2013, p. 450 - 459 [afforestation, carbon sequestration, peoples’ participation, soil, Himalaya].

  • Sunil Nautiyal: A Transition from Wood Fuel to LPG and Its Impact on Energy Conservation and Health in the Central Himalayas, India. . In: Journal of Mountain Science Springer . 10, 2013, p. 898 - 912 [Himalaya; Energy Conservation; Fuelwood and LPG Transition; Health; Indoor Air Pollution; Social, Ecological and Environmental development].

  • Sunil Nautiyal : Biodiversity of Semiarid Landscape: Baseline Study for Understanding the Impact of Human Development on Ecosystems. Germany: Springer International Publishing Switzerland, ISBN: 978-3-319-15463-3. , 2015, 398+xxii pp. [Biodiversity, Semi-Arid Landscape, Conservation, IUCN, CITES, IWPA, RS and GIS, Karnataka, India].

Nour, Prof. Dr. Abd El Aziz Mousa

Alexandria University, Egypt
Field of research: Agriculture, agricultural science
Host: Prof. Dr. Hansjörg Abel Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
  • M.M. Gaber, M.A., Zaki, A.M. Nour, and M. Salem.: Amino Acid Requirements of Gilthead Bream (Sparus aurata) Juveniles. In: World Journal of Engineering and Technology. 4, 2015, p. 18 - 24 [Gilthead Bream, Juveniles, Amino acid, Requirement.].

  • M.M. Gaber, M. Salem , M.A. Zaki, and A.M. Nour .: Amino Acid Requirements of Gilthead Bream (Sparus aurata) Juveniles. In: World Journal of Engineering and Technology,. 4, 2016, p. 18 - 24 [Amino Acid Requirements, Gilthead Bream, Whole Body, Tissues].

  • M.M Gaber., E.M. Labib, E.A. Omar, M.A.Zaki, A.M. Nour. : Effect of Partially Replacing Corn Meal by wet date on Growth Performance in Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) Fingerlings, Diets supplemented with Digestarom . In: Journal on Geoscience and Environment Protection, . 2, 2014, p. 60 - 67 [Nile tilapia;;Wet Date;;Digestarom].

  • M.M. Gaber,E.M. Labib, E.A. Omar, M.A.Zaki and A.M. Nour. : Effect of Partially Replacing Corn Meal by Date Stone on Growth Performance in Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) Fingerlings, Diets supplemented with majoram, Greener Journal of agricultural Sciences Vol. 4 (1), pp.001-008. In: Greener Journal of Agricultural Sciences . 4, 2014, p. 1 - 8 [Nile tilapia, date stone, Marjoram. ].

  • E.A. Elwakeel,R.G. Amachawadi, A.M. Nour, M.E.A. Nassar, T.G. Nagaraja, and E.C. Titgemeyer.: In vitro degradation of lysine by ruminal fluid-based fermentations and by Fusobacterium necrophorum. In: J. Dairy Sci... 96, 2013, p. 495 - 505 [ Rumen ,Bacteria,Fusobacterium necrophorum, lysine degradation ].

  • M.A. Zaki, M.A., E.M. Labib, A.M. Nour , H.D. Tonsy , and S.H. Mahmoud,.: Effect Some Medicinal Plants Diets on Mono Sex Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus), Growth Performance, Feed Utilization and Physiological Parameters. In: APCBEE Procedia. 4, 2012, p. 220 - 227 [Nile tilapia; Fenugreek; Eucalyptus; Pepper; Thyme; Chamomile; performances ].

  • M.M.Gaber,E.A.Omar, E.A., Labib, E.H., Zaki, M.A. and A.M. Nour, A.M . : Effect of Partially Replacing Corn Meal by Date Stone on Growth Performance in Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) Fingerlings, Diets Supplemented with Digestarom . In: Open Access Scientific Reports. 1, 2012, p. 484 - 490 [Nile tilapia; Date stone; Digestarom® ].

  • M.M. Gaber, E.A.Omar, M. Abdel-Rahim, A.M. Nour,M.A. Zaki and T.M. Srour . : Effects of Stocking Density and Water Exchange Rates on Growth Performance of Tiger Shrimp, Penaeus Semisulcatus Cultured in Earthen Ponds. In: J. Aquacult. Res.& Dev. . 3, 2012, p. 152 [Green tiger shrimp; Stocking density; Water exchange rate].

  • E.A. Elwakeel, E.C. Titgemeyer, Z.J. Cheng, A.M. Nour, and M.E.A. Nasser. : In Vitro assessment of the nutritive value of expanded soybean meal for dairy cattle. In: J. Anim. Sci. Biotechnol. 3, 2012, p. 10 [Digestibility, Escape, Lysine, Protein, Rumen].

  • E.A. Elwakeel, E.C. Titgemeyer, Z.J. Cheng, A.M. Nour, and M.E.A. Nasser. : In Vitro assessment of the nutritive value of expanded soybean meal for dairy cattle. In: J. Anim. Sci. Biotechnol. 3, 2012, p. 10 [Digestibility, Escape, Lysine, Protein, Rumen].

  • E.A. Elwakeel, E.C. Titgemeyer, B.R. Faris, D.W. Brake, A.M. Nour, and M.E.A. Nasser. : Hydroxymethyl lysine is a source of bioavailable lysine for ruminants. In: J. Anim. Sci.. 90, 2012, p. 3898 - 3904 [ availability, degradation, hydroxymethyl lysine, lysine, rumen].

Nukenine, Prof. Dr. Elias N.

Universite de Ngaoundere, Cameroon
Field of research: Agriculture, agricultural science
Host: Dr. Cornel S. Adler Julius Kühn-Institut - Bundesforschungsinstitut für Kulturpflanzen (JKI)
  • Elias Nchiwan Nukenine, Cornel Adler and Christoph Reichmuth: Bioactivity of fenchone and Plectranthus glandulosus oil against Prostephanus truncatus and two strains of Sitophilus zeamais. In: Journal of Applied Entomology . 134, 2010, p. 132 - 141 [Stored Product Protection, Agriculture, Botanicals].

  • Elias Nchiwan Nukenine, Cornel Adler and Christoph Reichmuth: Efficacy of Clausena anisata and Plectranthus glandulosus leaf powder against Prostephanus truncatus (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) and two strains of Sitophilus zeamais (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) on maize. In: Journal of Pest Science . 83, 2010, p. 181 - 191 [Agriculture, Stored Product Protection, Botanicals].

  • Elias Nchiwan NUKENINE, Florence Pagou CHOUKA, Michael Boboh VABI, Christoph REICHMUTH and Cornel ADLER: Comparative toxicity of four local botanical powders to Sitophilus zeamais and influence of drying regime and particle size on insecticidal efficacy. In: International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences. 7, 2013, p. 1313 - 1325.

Ofuya, Prof. Dr. Thomas I.

Federal University of Technology, Nigeria
Field of research: Phytomedicine
Host: Dr. Cornel S. Adler Julius Kühn-Institut - Bundesforschungsinstitut für Kulturpflanzen (JKI)
  • Thomas I. Ofuya: The Potentials For Using Agricultural Plant Residues In Control of Insect Infestation In Stored Products. In: Building a Non-Oil Export Based Economy for Nigeria: The Potential of Value-Added Products from Agricultural Residues. (Ed. Simeon O. Jekayinfa) Göttingen: Cuvillier, 2012, p. 279 - 284.

Ogundari, Dr. Kolawole

University of Delaware, United States of America
Field of research: Agriculture, agricultural science
Host: Prof. Dr. Awudu Abdulai Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
  • Kolawole Ogundari; Awudu Abdulai: Examining the Heterogeneity in Calorie-Income Elasticities: A meta-analysis. In: Food Policy. 40, 2013, p. 119 - 128 [calorie, income elasticity, ].

  • Kolawole Ogundari;Sadiat. F. Arifalo : Determinants of household demand for fresh fruit and vegetable in Nigeria: A double hurdle approach. In: Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture. 52, 2013, p. 199 - 216 [Vegetable, Fruit, Double hurdle, Nigeria].

  • Kolawole Ogundari: A Note on Socio-Economic Characteristics and Demand for Beverages in Nigeria: Does Income matter?. In: Economic Analysis and Policy. 43, 2013, p. 293 - 301 [Beverages, income elasticity, Nigeria].

  • Kolawole Ogundari: Demand for Quality versus Quantity in Beef, Chicken and Fish consumption among households in Nigeria. In: Revista de Economia e Agronegócio/Brazilian Review of Economics and Agribusiness(http://www.economia-aplicada.ufv.br/revista/edicoes_2012_vol10_n1.php). 10, 2012, p. 29 - 50 [Engel curve, demand, meat, elasticity, Nigeria].

  • Kolawole Ogundari; Adebayo. B. Aromolaran: Impact of education on household welfare in Nigeria. In: International Economic Journal, Vol. 28(2): 345-364 http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10168737.2013.811279. 28, 2014, p. 345 - 364 [education, welfare, household, Nigeria].

  • Kolawole Ogundari: The relationship between the shares of Nutrient consumed across selected food groups and Income in Nigeria: A short-run demand system. In: Journal of Economic Studies;http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?articleid=17100757. 41, 2014, p. 101 - 122 [short-run, nutrient, elasticity, Engel curve, Nigeria].

  • Kolawole Ogundari;Awudu Abdulai: Determinants of Household’s Education and Healthcare Spending in Nigeria: Evidence from Survey Data. In: African Development Review, Vol. 26, No. 1, 2014, 1–14. 26, 2014, p. 1 - 14 [Education, Health, Expenditure, elasticity, Engel curve, Nigeria].

  • Kolawole Ogundari;Adegoke Oluwatosin Aladejimokun;Sadiat Funmilayo Arifalo: HOUSEHOLD DEMAND FOR FOOD AWAY FROM HOME (FAFH) IN NIGERIA: THE ROLE OF EDUCATION. In: T h e J o u rn a l o f D ev elo p in g A r ea s. 49, 2015, p. 247 - 262 [food away from home, expenditure, double hurdle, Engel curve, Nigeria].

Ogunji, Prof. Dr. Johnny Onyema

Alex Ekwueme Federal University Ndufu-Alike, Nigeria
Field of research: Fisheries science, fisheries studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Carsten Schulz Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
  • Johnny Onyema Ogunji: Fish Consumption: A Paradox of Good Health. In: Fish Consumption and Health . (Ed. George P. Gagne and Richard H. Medrano) New York.: Nova Science Publisers Inc, 2009, p. 77 - 92 [Safe Fish Production, Heavy Metals, Fatty acid, Aquaculture].

Oguntunde, Prof. Dr. Philip Gbenro

Federal University of Technology, Nigeria
Field of research: Forest hydrology
Host: Prof. Dr. Gunnar Lischeid Leibniz-Zentrum für Agrarlandschaftsforschung (ZALF) e. V.
  • Philip Gbenro Oguntunde, Babatunde Joseph Abiodun, Gunnar Lischeid : Rainfall trends in Nigeria, 1901-2000. In: Journal of Hydrology. 411, 2011, p. 207 - 218 [Rainfall, Monotonic trend, Periodicity, Variability index, Nigeria].

  • Philip Gbenro Oguntunde, Babatunde Joseph Abiodun, Gunnar Lischeid : Spatial and temporal temperature trends in Nigeria, 1901-2000. In: Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics. 118, 2012, p. 95 - 105 [Temperature trends, Change point, Periodicity, ENSO, Nigeria].

  • Philip Gbenro Oguntunde, Babatunde Joseph Abiodun: The impact of climate change on the Niger River Basin hydroclimatology, West Africa. In: Climate Dynamics. 40, 2013, p. 81 - 94 [Climate change, Niger River Basin, Hydroclimatology, Water balance, Moisture recycling ratios].

Onyekwelu, Prof. Dr. Jonathan C.

Federal University of Technology, Nigeria
Field of research: Forestry, forest science
Host: Prof. Dr. Reinhard Mosandl Technische Universität München
  • Jonathan C. Onyekwelu, A. O. Adeniji, D. M. Sanni: Transforming Waste to Wealth: Gmelina Arborea Fruit-Pulp Potentials for Ethanol Production as Biofuel Resource. In: Building a Non-Oil Export Based Economy for Nigeria: The Potential of Value-Added Products from Agricultural Residues. (Ed. Simeon O. Jekayinfa) Göttingen: Cuvillier, 2012, p. 9 - 18 [Gmelina arborea, fruit pulp, Ethanol yield, Biofuel, plantation, fermentation agent].

  • Jonathan C. Onyekwelu, Reinhard Mosandl and Stimm Bernd: Effect of land-use systems and seasonal variation on microbial biomass and population in tropical rainforest soils. In: Nigerian Journal of Forestry. 40, 2010, p. 60 - 68.

  • Jonathan C. Onyekwelu: Soil microbial biomass and population in response to seasonal variation and age in Gmelina arborea plantations. In: Journal of Forestry Research. 23, 2012, p. 253 - 260.

  • Jonathan C. Onyekwelu, Oyewale, Olufunmilola., Bernd Stimm and Reinhard Mosandl: Antioxidant, Nutritional and Anti-Nutritional Composition of Garcinia kola and Chrysophyllum albidum from Rainforest Ecosystem of Ondo State, Nigeria. In: Proceedings of the 34th annual conference of Forestry Association of Nigeria. 2, 2011, p. 432 - 437.

  • Jonathan C. Onyekwelu and Bernd Stimm : Chrysophyllum albidum. In: Enzyklopädie der Holzgewächse, . (Ed. P. Schütt, P., H. Weisgerber, U. Lang, A. Roloff and B Stimm B.) Munich, Germany: Wiley publishers, 2011, p. 12.

Palocz-Andresen, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael

UCS Umweltconsulting, Germany
Field of research: Pollution control engineering
Host: Prof. Dr. Manfred Engshuber Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg
  • Michael Palocz-Andresen: Decreasing Fuel Consumption and Exhaust Gas Emissions in Transportation; Sensing, Control and Reduction of Emissions. Springer, 2013, 318 pp.

Qadir, Prof. Dr. Manzoor

United Nations University, Canada
Field of research: Agriculture, agricultural science
Host: Prof. Dr. Sven Schubert Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen
  • Saifullah, A. Ghafoor, and M. Qadir.: Lead phytoextraction by wheat in response to the EDTA application method. In: International Journal of Phytoremediation . 11, 2009, p. 268 - 282.

  • Qadir, M., A.D. Noble, A.S. Qureshi, R.K. Gupta, T. Yuldashev, A. Karimov. : Salt-induced land and water degradation in the Aral Sea basin: A challenge to sustainable agriculture in Central Asia. In: Natural Resources Forum . 33, 2009, p. 134 - 149.

  • Saifullah, E. Meers, M. Qadir, P. de Caritat, F.M.G. Tack, G. Du Laing, and M.H. Zia. : EDTA-assisted Pb phytoextraction. In: Chemosphere . 74, 2009, p. 1279 - 1291.

  • Karimov, A., M. Qadir, A. Noble, F. Vyshpolsky, and K. Anzelm.: The development of magnesium-dominant soils under irrigated agriculture in southern Kazakhstan. In: Pedosphere . 19, 2009, p. 331 - 343.

  • Qadir, M., A. Bahri, T. Sato, and E. Al-Karadsheh. : Wastewater production, treatment, and irrigation in Middle East and North Africa. In: Irrigation and Drainage Systems . 24, 2010, p. 37 - 51.

  • Qadir, M., D. Wichelns, L. Raschid-Sally, P.G. McCornick, P. Drechsel, A. Bahri, and P.S. Minhas. : The challenges of wastewater irrigation in developing countries. In: Agricultural Water Management . 97, 2010, p. 561 - 568.

  • Bezborodov, G.A., D. K. Shadmanov, R.T. Mirhashimov, T. Yuldashev, A.S. Qureshi, A.D. Noble, and M. Qadir. : Mulching and water quality effects on soil salinity and sodicity dynamics and cotton productivity in Central Asia. In: Agriculture, Ecosystem and Environment . 138, 2010, p. 95 - 102.

  • Cullu M.A., S. Aydemir, M. Qadir, A. Almaca, A.R. Ozturkmen, A. Bilgic, and N. Agca. : Implications of groundwater fluctuation on seasonal salt dynamics in soils of the Harran Plain, southeastern Turkey. In: Irrigation and Drainage . 59, 2010, p. 465 - 476.

  • Wakeel, A., M. Farooq, M. Qadir, and S. Schubert.: Potassium substitution by sodium in plants. In: Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences . 30, 2011, p. 401 - 413.

  • Grangier, C., M. Qadir, and M. Singh. : Health implications for children in wastewater-irrigated peri-urban Aleppo, Syria. In: Water Quality, Exposure and Health . 4 (4), 2012, p. 187 - 195.

  • Evans, A.E.V., M.A. Hanjra, Y. Jiang, M. Qadir, P. Drechsel. : Water quality: Assessment of the current situation in Asia. In: International Journal of Water Resources Development . 28 (2), 2012, p. 195 - 216.

  • Oster, J.D., J. Letey, P. Vaughan, L. Wu, and M. Qadir. : Comparison of transient state models that include salinity and matric stress effects on plant yield. In: Agricultural Water Management . 103, 2012, p. 167 - 175.

  • Qadir, M., A.D. Noble, and C. Chartres.: Adapting to climate change through improving water productivity of soils in dry areas. In: Land Degradation and Development . 24, 2013, p. 12 - 21.

  • Sato, T., M. Qadir, S. Yamamoto, T. Endo, and A. Zahoor. : Global, regional, and country level need for data on wastewater generation, treatment, and reuse. In: Agricultural Water Management . 130, 2013, p. 1 - 13.

  • Qadir, M., E. Quillérou, V. Nangia, G. Murtaza, M. Singh, R.J. Thomas, P. Drechsel, and A.D. Noble.: Economics of salt-induced land degradation and restoration. In: Natural Resources Forum . 38, 2014, p. 282 - 295.

  • Wichelns, D., and M. Qadir. : Achieving sustainable irrigation requires effective management of salts, soil salinity, and shallow groundwater. In: Agricultural Water Management . 157, 2015, p. 31 - 38.

  • Rameshwaran, P., M. Qadir, R. Ragab, A. Arslan, G.A. Majid, and K. Abdallah. : Tolerance of faba bean, chickpea and lentil to salinity: Accessions’ salinity response functions. In: Irrigation and Drainage . 65, 2016, p. 49 - 60.

  • Qadir, M. : Reversing salt-induced land degradation requires integrated measures. In: Water Economics and Policy . 2, 2016, p. 1 - 8.

  • Dickin, S.K., C.J. Schuster-Wallace, M. Qadir, and K. Pizzacalla. : A review of health risks and pathways for exposure to wastewater use in agriculture. In: Environmental Health Perspectives . 124, 2016, p. 900 - 909.

  • Murtaza, G., W. Javed, A. Hussain, M. Qadir, and M. Aslam.: Soil applied zinc and copper suppress cadmium uptake and improve the performance of cereals and legumes. In: International Journal of Phytoremediation . 19, 2017, p. 199 - 206.

  • Drechsel, P., M. Qadir, and D. Wichelns.: Wastewater: Economic Asset in an Urbanizing World. 282 pp. Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Springer Science+Business Media , 2015, 282 pp.

  • Qadir, M., D. Wichelns, J.D. Oster, S.-E. Jacobsen, S.M.A. Basra, and R. Choukr-Allah (Editors): Sustainable Management of Saline Water and Salt-affected Soils: Proceedings of the Second Bridging Workshop, 15-18 November 2009, ICARDA, Aleppo, Syria. Aleppo, Syria.: ICARDA, 2010, 109 pp.

  • Al-Oudat, M., and M. Qadir.: The Halophytic Flora of Syria. Aleppo, Syria: ICARDA, 2011, 186 pp.

Saha, Dr. Chayan Kumer

Bangladesh Agricultural University, Bangladesh
Field of research: Agricultural engineering
Host: Prof. Dr. Thomas Amon Leibniz-Institut für Agrartechnik und Bioökonomie e. V. (ATB)
  • A. Fiedler; C.K. Saha, C. Ammon, T. Amon, W. Berg, C. Loebsin, P. Sanftleben. : Spatial distribution of airflow and CO2 concentration in a naturally ventilated dairy barn. In: Proceedings of the 7th International conference on environmental engineering and management: Integration challenges for sustainability: Conference Abstracts Book. (Ed. Adela Marilena Buburuzan, Brindusa Mihaela Robu, Carmen Teodosiu) "George Asachi" Technical University of Iasi, Romania. : PLOTEHNIUM Publishing house, 2013, p. 39 - 40 [Natural ventilation, air exchange rate, spatial distribution, CO2].

  • C.K. Saha, M. Fiedler, W. Berg, C. Loebsin, C. Ammon, T. Amon : Uncertainty in calculating air exchange rate of naturally ventilated dairy buildings based on point concentrations. In: Proceedings of the 7th International conference on environmental engineering and management: Integration challenges for sustainability: Conference Abstracts Book. . (Ed. Adela Marilena Buburuzan, Brindusa Mihaela Robu, Carmen Teodosiu) "George Asachi" Technical University of Iasi, Romania. : PLOTEHNIUM Publishing house, , 2013, p. 45 - 46 [Uncertainty, air exchange rate, dairy building, concentration, emission].

  • Merike Fiedler, Knut Schröter, Andreas Reinhardt, Chayan Saha, Christiane Loebsin, Werner Berg, Thomas Amon: Wind tunnel investigations on a naturally ventilated barn. In: Landtechnik. 68, 2013, p. 265 - 268 [Ventilation, wind tunnel, air flow, barn climate].

  • Chayan Kumer Saha: Modelling of airflow in a naturally ventilated dairy barn. In: Networking Guide-Kontakte knüpfen im Humboldt-Netzwerk. Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung, 2013, p. 269 - 270 [CFD modelling, Natural ventilation, air velocity, livestock building, turbulence intensity].

  • C. K. Saha, A. Fiedler, T. Amon, W. Berg, B. Amon, R. Brunsch: Assessing effects of different opening combinations on airflow pattern and air exchange rate of a naturally ventilated dairy building - A CFD approach. In: In Proceedings of International Conference of Agricultural Engineering AgEng 2014. Zurich, 2014, p. 1 - 8 [Ventilation, CFD, model, cow building].

  • A. Fiedler, J. Fischer, S. Hempel, C. K. Saha, C. Loebsin, W. Berg, B. Amon, R. Brunsch, T. Amon, : Flow fields within a dairy barn - Measurements, physical modelling and numerical simulation. In: Proceedings of International Conference of Agricultural Engineering AgEng 2014. Zurich, 2014, p. 1 - 8 [flow-field, CFD, wind-tunnel, natural ventilation].

  • Chayan Kumer Saha, Merike Fiedler, Christian Ammon, Werner Berg, Christiane Loebsin, Barbara Amon, Thomas Amon: Uncertainty in calculating air exchange rate of naturally ventilated dairy building based on point concentrations. In: Environmental Engineering and Management Journal. 13, 2014, p. 2349 - 2355 [Air exchange rate, air velocity, carbon dioxide, natural ventilation, wind direction].

  • Merike Fiedler, Chayan Kumer Saha, Christian Ammon, Christiane Loebsin, Peter Sanftleben, Thomas Amon: Spatial distribution of air flow and CO2 concentration in a naturally ventilated dairy building. In: Environment Engineering and Management Journal. 13, 2014, p. 2193 - 2200 [Air flow, CO2 concentration, natural ventilation, spatial distribution].

Süle, Prof. Dr. Sandor

Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary
Field of research: Phytomedicine
Host: Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Jelkmann Julius Kühn-Institut - Bundesforschungsinstitut für Kulturpflanzen (JKI)
  • Erich Seemüller, Emese Kiss, Sandor Süle, Bernd Schneider: Multiple infections of apple trees by distinct strains of candidatus Phytoplasma mali and its pathological relevance. In: Phytopathology. 100, 2010, p. 863 - 870 [phytoplasma].

  • Sandor Süle, Luciana Cursino, Desen Zheng, Harvey Hoch, Thomas J. Burr: Surface motility and associated surfactant production in Agrobacterium vitis. In: Letters in Applied Microbiology. 49, 2009, p. 596 - 601 [Agrobacterium vitis, swarming].

  • Gabor Jenser, Sandor Süle, Éva Szita, Judit Tarjáni: Further requirement and possibilities in the protection against pear psylla (Cacopsylla pyri Linnaeus) (Hungarian). In: Növényvédelem. 45, 2009, p. 595 - 603 Original author: Gabor Jenser, Sandor Süle, Éva Szita, Judit Tarjáni (English) [Cacopsylla].

Taghizadeh-Mehrjardi, Dr. Ruhollah

University of Ardakan, Germany
Field of research: Soil science
Host: Prof. Dr. Thomas Scholten Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
  • Ruhollah Taghizadeh-Mehrjardi (1,4), Masoud Mahdianpari (2), Fariba Mohammadimanesh (2), Norair Toomanian (3), Thorsten Behrens (1), Thomas Scholten (1,5), Karsten Schmidt (1,5): A novel convolutional neural network for digital soil mapping . In: EGU General Assembly. Vienna, 2019, [Convolutional neural networks, random forest, soil texture, digital soil mapping, Iran.].

  • Ruhollah Taghizadeh-Mehrjardi (1,4), Karsten Schmidt (1,5), Mojtaba Zeraatpisheh (2), Thorsten Behrens (1), Roozbeh Valavi (3), Thomas Scholten (1,5): Soil organic carbon mapping using state-of-the-art machine learning algorithms and deep neural networks in different climatic regions of Iran. In: EGU General Assembly. Vienna, 2019, [Soil organic carbon mapping, machine learning, climate conditions, deep learning, Iran ].

Taheri Shahraiyni, Dr. Hamid

Shahrood University of Technology, Iran
Field of research: Pollution control engineering
Host: Prof. Dr. Ulrich Cubasch Freie Universität Berlin
  • Taheri Shahraiyni, H., Ghafouri, M. R., Saghafian, B. and Bagheri Shouraki, S.: Evaluation of a novel fuzzy method and a conceptual model for a long-term daily streamflow simulation. In: River Systems. 20(3-4), 2012, p. 249 - 260.

  • Taheri Shahraiyni, H., Ghafouri, M. R., Bagheri Shouraki, S., Saghafian, B. and Naseri M.: Comparison between active learning method and support vector machine for runoff modeling,. In: Journal of Hydrology and hydromechanics, . 60(10) , 2012, p. 16 - 32.

  • Taheri Shahraiyni, H. and Ataei-Ashtiani, B. : Mathematical forms and numerical schemes for solution of unsaturated flow equation. In: ASCE Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering. 138(1), 2012, p. 63 - 72.

  • Abrishamchi, A., Taheri Shahraiyni, H. and Tajrishy, M.: Groundwater vulnerability assessment to pesticides and their ranking and clustering. In: Water & Wastewater. 83, 2012, p. 16 - 27.

Wagner, Prof. Dr. Viktoria

University of Alberta, Canada
Field of research: Applied ecology
Host: Dr. Cara Nelson University of Montana
  • Viktoria Wagner, Cara R. Nelson: Herbicides negatively affect seed performance in native plants. In: Restoration Ecology. 22, 2014, p. 288 - 291 [Pesticides, native plants, invasive species management, germination].

  • Viktoria Wagner, Pedro M. Antunes, Michael Irvine, Cara R. Nelson: Herbicide usage for invasive non-native plant management in wildland areas of North America. In: Journal of Applied Ecology. 54, 2017, p. 198 - 204. [Herbicide usage, invasive plant management, ecological restoration, monitoring].

  • Ylva Lekberg, Viktoria Wagner, Alexii Rummel, Morgan McLeod, Philip W. Ramsey: Strong indirect herbicide effects on mycorrhizal associations through plant community shifts and secondary invasions. In: Ecological Applications. 27, 2017, p. 2359 - 2368 [Mycorrhizae, vascular plants, invasions meltdown, invasive plants, grasslands, invasive species management, herbicides].

Werner, Dr. David

University of Newcastle, United Kingdom
Field of research: Pollution control engineering
Host: Prof. Dr. Peter Grathwohl Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
  • Paola Meynet Elena Moliterni Russell J Davenport William T Sloan Jose V Camacho David Werner: Predicting the effects of biochar on volatile petroleum hydrocarbon biodegradation and emanation from soil: A bacterial community finger-print analysis inferred modelling approach. In: Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 68, 2014, p. 20 - 30 [Soil remediation; VOCs; Biochar; Soil microbiology; Sorption; Biodegradation ].

  • Zhantao Han Badruddeen Sani Wojciech Mrozik Martin Obst Barbara Beckingham Hrissi K. Karapanagioti David Werner : Magnetite impregnation effects on the sorbent properties of activated carbons and biochars. In: Water Research. 70, 2015, p. 394 - 403 [Magnetic sorbents; Activated carbon; Biochar; Wastewater treatment; Soil and sediment remediation ].

  • Khaled M Bushnaf, George Mangse, Paola Meynet, Russell Davenport, Olaf A Cirpka, David Werner: Mechanisms of Distinct Activated Carbon and Biochar Amendment Effects on Petroleum Vapour Biofiltration in Soil. In: Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts. 2017, [Soil remediation, petroleum pollution, activated carbon, biochar].